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									       Spring
                                        2011



               Schedule of Classes

        Smart Stories start at CCC.




Early Registration begins February 22
Register online - see pg . 8 to get started
Para información en español – Pg. 12
  To the Community
   Spring is just around the corner and with it comes the promise of new
beginning. It is my hope that this spring will be a new beginning for
updating and maintaining the community’s investment in Clackamas
Community College.
   The CCC Board of Education has been discussing a bond measure for the
past two years and voted unanimously in January to place a bond measure
on the May ballot that will update and renovate classrooms and college
facilities and modernize equipment used in training students for jobs.
   This was a decision that was made after much deliberation and with           Photo courtesy of Clackamas Review
a great deal of research and input from the community. The board
conducted research about what the community needs from CCC, as
well as the condition of facilities and equipment at the college. They
found that much of the instructional equipment and technology in
the classrooms at CCC was outdated and would not adequately prepare
students for jobs in the 21st century economy.
   This research was confirmed by a Community Assessment Survey
conducted in the college district in late summer. Eighty-three percent
of the respondents saw a need for the college to update and modernize
equipment students are trained on so that it is up to standards that
industry and employers use and need in the workplace.
   Our survey also found that the community relies on CCC to provide
college classes at an affordable cost that can be transferred to a four-
year university.
   The $130 million bond measure will cost homeowners an average of 21         CCC President Joanne Truesdell
cents per $1,000 assessed value, or about $40 a year.                          checks out 1970s-era elevator
   In this schedule of classes, you will find information about the proposed   equipment with Kirk Pearson,
bond measure, along with Frequently Asked Questions. You also will find        director of Campus Services.
information online at www2.clackamas.edu/bond/. We plan a series of
public forums where you can learn of the bond plans, ask questions and
offer comments. I encourage you to attend.


  Joanne Truesdell, CCC President
  CCC, Class of ‘82

  Highlights
                                                                               “Clackamas Community College
                      What the Bond Would Pay For                   3           Schedule of Classes, Vol. 23,
                                                                                No. 3” is published quarterly by
                      Distance Learning                            14           Clackamas Community College,
                                                                                19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon
                      Community Education                          89           City, Oregon 97045. Periodical
                                                                                postage paid at Oregon City, OR.
                      Transfer Degrees Start Here                 142
                                                                                POSTMASTER:
                      Nursing Students Give Back                  143           Send address changes to
                                                                               “Clackamas Community College
                                                                                Schedule of Classes” at 19600
                                                                                Molalla Avenue, Oregon City,
                                                                                Oregon 97045-7998.
The CCC Board of
Education voted
                               What the bond would pay for:
unanimously in
                               Update and add instructional             Update and expand classroom,
January to place
                               training equipment and facilities:       student learning and support
a bond measure                                                          service areas:
                                •	 Provide	current	training	
on the May ballot                  equipment and space                   •	 Add	space	for	science	courses	
that will update                   for programs including                   including anatomy and
                                   manufacturing, welding,                  physiology, physics and
and renovate                       automotive, nursing, science,            chemistry—needed for two-year
classrooms and                     horticulture and more;                   student degrees and transfers
                                                                            to four-year universities;
college facilities              •	 Construct	Advanced	Industrial	
                                   Technology Learning Center            •	 Update	existing	science	labs	
and modernize                      to support college instruction           to support modern science
equipment used in                  on current technology used in            programs;
                                   employment or at a four-year          •	 Create	additional	lab	and	
training students                  university.                              learning space for horticulture,
for jobs.                                                                   water and environmental
                               Replace worn-out building and                quality, math, writing, art and
                               campus systems to extend the                 more to serve more students;
                               life and use of college buildings:        •	 Update	technology		in	
                                •	 Update	fire,	earthquake	safety,	         classrooms;
                                   handicapped accessibility;            •	 Obtain	state	matching	funds	
                                •	 Replace	heating	systems	to	              and acquire or construct
Bond funds will be used to:        increase energy efficiency, reduce       buildings needed to add
                                   maintenance costs;                       classroom, training space; and
Update and acquire
                                •	 Modernize	antiquated	electrical,	     •	 Access	state	matching	funds	
instructional equipment and
                                   plumbing and lighting systems;           to acquire, renovate or rebuild
technology in classrooms;                                                   additional space at the Harmony
                                   and
Restore deteriorated college    •	 Eliminate	stormwater	flooding	           campus.
building and campus                and damage.
systems to extend their                                                 Increase campus safety:
useful life;                                                             •	 Renovate	outdoor	security,	
                                                                            grounds and athletic surfaces
Provide enlarged and                                                        to reduce injury.
additional classroom and
student support facilities                                              Bond will retire existing debt
to serve more students; and                                             on college building and pay bond
                                                                        issuance costs.
Increase campus safety and
security.



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                                                                                    www.clackamas.edu 3
      CCC Quick Facts                           Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
• CCC opened in 1966 with 693                   Proposed Clackamas Community College Bond
  part-time students taking classes at
  Gladstone High School.                        How big is Clackamas Community College?
                                                   In 2009-10, Clackamas Community College served more than 38,000
• Established a permanent site on 165
                                                students at three campuses and various community locations throughout
  acres in Oregon City in 1968.
                                                Clackamas County.
• Student Headcount: 38,637 for 2009-
  10 and 37,549 for 2008-09.                    Has enrollment at Clackamas Community College increased?
                                                  The number of students taking classes at Clackamas Community College
• The number of students taking                 has increased 41 percent over the past 10 years.
  classes at Clackamas Community
  College has increased 41 percent              Why is Clackamas seeking voter approval for a facilities bond?
  over the past 10 years.                          Years of tight budgets mean the college has directed nearly all available
                                                funds to support instruction. As a result, buildings have deteriorated,
• Graduation and Awards totaled 1,454
                                                classrooms are overcrowded and equipment is out of date. Clackamas
  for 2009-10.
                                                Community College seeks voter approval for a bond to address these needs.
• CCC returns $5.80 for every dollar of         The	bond,	if	approved,	would	be	used	to	renovate	and	expand	classrooms,	
  taxpayer financial support.                   student learning and support service areas, to relieve overcrowding and
                                                improve classroom technology for learning. It also will fund health and
• Students see their annual income
  increase by $111 for every credit             safety improvements so buildings are safer for students. The bond will
  completed at CCC.                             replace worn out building systems and save money by increasing energy
                                                efficiency. It will also refinance outstanding debt to lower borrowing costs.

                                                How old are the college’s facilities and equipment?
                                                   The age of Clackamas Community College’s buildings range from 1956
  Have Your Questions                           to the 2000s. Most of the planned renovations, health and safety upgrades,
  Answered                                      and	expansions	are	needed	on	some	of	the	college’s	older	buildings,	
                                                which are about 40 years old. Science labs in the Pauling Center, which
                                                was	completed	in	1981,	would	need	to	be	expanded	to	relieve	student	
                                                overcrowding. Specialty and career technical classrooms are limited in size
  Public Forums Planned                         for programs including health occupations, automotive, manufacturing
                                                and more, resulting in students being turned away due to lack of space.
  Clackamas Community College                      Training equipment is equally old and sometimes older than our
  plans three drop-in public forums
                                                buildings. It is not the same equipment students will use in the workplace
  in early spring to share information
                                                or at a four-year university. If the bond passes, equipment will be replaced
  about the proposed bond
                                                with	current	supplies	that	can	prepare	students	for	their	experience	at	a	job	
  measure. Public forums will be
  held from 3 to 7 p.m. at each of              or university.
  the college’s three campuses:                 How much is the proposed bond?
                                                   The proposed bond is $130 million, which translates to 21 cents per
      Wilsonville , Tuesday, April 5            $1,000 of assessed property value—or about $40 a year for the typical
      Harmony Community Campus,                 homeowner. The bond proposal includes the most urgent needs for college
      Thursday, April 7                         facilities, scaled back from a significantly larger list of potential deferred
                                                maintenance and updating needs.
      Oregon City, Thursday, April 14
                                                For more information about the proposed CCC bond measure,
                                                visit www2.clackamas.edu/bond/




 4   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Contents
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                                                    MarcH/april 2011
                                                                         Week 1         Spring term
                                                                                          begins

                                                                          Last day 3                  4                  5             6         7        8             9   We
GettinG started 7                                                          to add
                                                                       classes w/out                                                  See page 6
Resources and information for current and                                instructor
                                                                          consent
returning CCC students                                                             10             11                 12               13        14       15            16


reGistration resources 8-10                                              Week 3

Registration resources and helpful information
                                                                                   17             18                 19               20        21       22            23

myclackamas 8                                                            Week 4
Your online fast track to registration, payment,
grades and more.                                                                   24             25                 26               27        28       29            30

                                                                         Week 5
Financial Matters 10
Tuition and fees, payment options, financial aid,
scholarships and more.                                                      s               M                  t                w          tH        F            s
                                                                                    1                 2                  3             4         5        6             7

si Habla español 12                                 May 2011             Week 6                                                     See page 6
Para más información sobre clases de inglés y
otros materias, servicios ver pág 8.                                                8                 9              10               11        12       13            14
                                                                                                            Summer
                                                                         Week 7                           registration
course listinGs 20-88                                                                                        begins
From A to Z: credit and non-credit courses                                         15             16                 17               18        19       20            21
offered this term.                                                                                         Early Fall
                                                                         Week 8                           registration
                                                                                                            begins
coMMunity education 89
                                                                                   22             23                 24               25        26       27            28
Courses to educate and enrich the lives of our                                                             Open Fall
community.                                                               Week 9                           registration
                                                                                                            begins

wHo to call 131                                                                    29             30                 31
                                                                                        Memorial Day
index 133                                                                                 College
                                                                                          closed

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                                                                                                                                       1         2        3             4
                                                    June 2011




                                                                         Week 10


                                                                                    5                 6                  7             8         9       10            11

                                                                        Week 11                                                                               Spring Term
                                                                                                                             Finals Week                         ends

                                                                                   12             13                 14               15        16       17            18




3 convenient campuses                                                              19

                                                                                        Summer Term
                                                                                          begins
                                                                                                  20                 21               22        23       24            25



    Oregon City
    19600 Molalla Ave.                                                             26             27                 28               29        30
    Oregon City, OR 97045

    Wilsonville
    29353 Town Center Loop E




                                                                                                                   Calendar
    Wilsonville, OR 97070

    Harmony
    7738 S.E. Harmony Road
    Milwaukie, OR 97222



                                                                                                                                                www.clackamas.edu 5
    Dates to Remember                                                                                               Important Calendar
    sprinG terM 2011                                                                                                information
    March 28               Spring term classes begin
                                                                                                                    April 8
    April 3                Last day to add classes without instructor signature (Sunday, 5pm)                       •	 $30	payment	plan	fee	applied	to	
    April 8                Last day to add classes without $50 late registration fee/11 week                           outstanding balance
                             classes
                                                                                                                    •	 Last	day	to	drop	full-term	classes	and	
    April 8                Tuition and fees due before $30 Payment Plan fee is charged                                 receive full refund
    April 8*               Last day to drop full-term classes and receive full refund                               •	 Last	day	to	add	w/out	$50	late	registration	
                           *For the refund policy for short or late start classes,                                     fee
                             please see page 10
                                                                                                                    May 6
    May 6                  Last day to drop classes without responsibility for grade/make                           •	 Last	day	to	drop	w/out	grade	responsibility
                             schedule change
                                                                                                                    •	 Last	day	to	make	schedule	changes
    May 6                  Spring term Petitions for Graduation due in the Registrar’s Office
                                                                                                                    •	 $75	non-payment	fee	applied	to	
    May 6                  $75 non-payment fee applied to all accounts with Spring term                                outstanding balance
                             balance
    May 10                 Summer Registration for all Students
    May 17                 Early Fall Registration for Returning Students
    May 24                 Open Fall Registration and New Student Advising Sessions
                             begin
    May 30                 Memorial Day Holiday Closure                                                             Information
    June 6-11              Finals week
                                                                                                                    503-657-6958
    June 9                 GED/Adult High School Diploma Graduation Ceremony
                                                                                                                    www.clackamas.edu
    June 10                College Certificate and Degree Graduation Ceremony
                                                                                                                    The information in this schedule reflects
              **Deadlines are the end of the business day unless otherwise noted.                                   current programs, requirements, and costs.
                  See the Schedule of Classes for Enrollment Services Hours**                                       These are all subject to change, and Clackamas
                                                                                                                    Community College reserves the right to make
                                                                                                                    any necessary revisions in the information
                                                                                                                    contained here without prior notice.



    Final Exam Schedule
    class day &                                              exaM day & tiMe
    start tiMe
    M/w or M/w/F                            Mon. 6/6                       tues. 6/7                   wed. 6/8
     7:45 or 8 a.m. ...................8-10 a.m.
     9 a.m. ...........................................................................................8-10 a.m.
     10 or 10:15 a.m. ...............10 a.m.-noon
     11 or 11:30 a.m. ..........................................................................10 a.m.-noon
     noon or 12:45 p.m. ...........noon-2 p.m.
     1 p.m. ..........................................................................................noon-2 p.m.                     CCC has a new
     2 p.m. ...............................2-4 p.m.                                                                           phone system. Please check the
     3 or 3:15 p.m. ..............................................................................2-4 p.m.
     4 or 5 p.m. ........................4-6 p.m.
                                                                                                                               current schedule of classes for
    t/tH                                                                                                                          correct phone numbers.
     7:30 or 8 a.m. ................................................. 8-10 a.m.
     9 a.m. .............................................................. 10 a.m.-noon
     10 or 10:30 a.m. ............................................. noon-2 p.m.
     1 p.m. ............................................................. 2-4 p.m.
     2:30 or 3 p.m. ................................................. 4-6 p.m.
     4 or 5 p.m. ...................................................... see instructor
     Conflicts .......................................................................................4-6 p.m.
                                                                                                                    non-discrimination
    1. Examinations will be held in the regular classroom unless otherwise assigned by the                          Clackamas Community College does not
       instructor. If you have any questions about the schedule, check with your instructor.
                                                                                                                    discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion,
    2. Evening classes starting 6 p.m. or later will have exams at the regular class meeting time
                                                                                                                    gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age,
       during final exam week.
                                                                                                                    national origin/ancestry, disability, family
    3. Classes which meet at 7 a.m. (or other hours not listed) may schedule the final exam
                                                                                                                    relationship or any other protected status in
       during the “CONFLICTS” time on the schedule or at any other time that does not
       conflict with the regular exam schedule.                                                                     accordance with applicable law. The college’s
    4. Saturday classes will hold final exams on the last Saturday of their scheduled meeting
                                                                                                                    commitment to nondiscrimination applies to
       time. Final exams will be given in their regular classrooms.                                                 curriculum activity and all aspects of operation
    5. Final examinations take place the last week of each term. You must take finals at the
                                                                                                                    of the college.
       scheduled time; exceptions will be made only for illness or other circumstances beyond                       accreditation
       your control, and must be approved by your instructor prior to scheduled exam time.                          Clackamas Community College is accredited by the
    College closure information located on p.137                                                                    Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
                                                                                                                    (NWCCU). Programs at CCC are approved for the
                                                                                                                    education of veterans. Accreditation documentation
6   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958                                            is available in the President’s Office.
    Start Smart at CCC!
    New Student? Start here.                                           Returning CCC Student? Start here.
    If you are a new student with no previous CCC credits,             Are you a returning student, already admitted to CCC or
	   including credits earned in high school, workshops or trainings,   registered for classes? Have you taken classes or workshops
    follow these four steps to get started at Clackamas. For more      at CCC within the last three years? If so, you can register for
    information about any of these steps, visit our website at         classes online through myCougarTrax – you’ll find it located
    www.clackamas.edu.                                                 at http://myclackamas.edu/. You can also register by mail, fax

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                                                                       or in person at any of our three campuses. Registration forms
         apply For adMission                                           can be found online at www.clackamas.edu

    	     •	 Go	to	www.clackamas.edu and click on “Apply to            Don’t forget: There’s no need to submit a new admissions
             CCC” to apply online or download an application.          application if you have attended CCC during the past
             Submit an Application for Admission if you are a          three years.
             degree/certificate-seeking student taking 6 or more
             credits, or have not enrolled at CCC within the past      Here’s a helpful registration check list:
             3 years. Contact the Registrar’s Office at admissions@
             clackamas.edu if you have any questions.
                                                                       1    notiFy tHe reGistrar’s oFFice if you’ve
    2    deterMine your course placeMent
         assessMent
                                                                            changed your major/program of study, address, or
                                                                            phone number.
    	     •	 Placement	testing	is	available	at	all	campuses;	
             see www.clackamas.edu/testing.                            2    review your education plan with an
                                                                            academic advisor.
          OR
    	     •	 Bring	in	a	copy	of	your	ACT/SAT	to	any	campus	
             Testing Center (minimum scores required). For
             placement, see www.clackamas.edu/testing for details.
                                                                       3    select your courses using the Schedule of
                                                                            Classes.


                                                                       4
          OR
    	     •	 Bring	in	transcripts	from	another	college	to	an	               clear outstandinG debt or prior term
             academic advisor.                                              balances at the Enrollment Services Center.

    3    subMit your Free application For
         Federal student aid (FaFsa) ForM
                                                                       5    reGister For classes online or in person.
                                                                            Registration forms are available at www.clackamas.edu
          •	 Go	to	www.FAFSA.ed.gov

    4    attend a new student advisinG session                         6    arranGe For payMent at the time of
                                                                            registration at an Enrollment Services Center.
    	     •	 Visit	http://depts.clackamas.edu/advising for current
             session availability.
    	     •	 Bring	a	copy	of	your	placements	results	and	your	
             student ID number and/or CCC student email
             address.

    5    create a myclackamas account (see p. 8)


                                 For more information about dates, tuition rates, policies and                       Looking
                                 academic regulations, visit our website www.clackamas.edu                     for a Quick Entry
                                 or the Enrollment Services Center at any of our three campus
                                                                                                              Registration Form?
                                 locations – Oregon City, Harmony or Wilsonville. You’ll find
                                 contact numbers listed toward the back of this schedule.                     You’ll find it on p. 9
                                                                                                                of the Schedule
                                                                                                                   of Classes.



                                                                                                              www.clackamas.edu 7
    my.clackamas.edu
    Your Gateway to...
    •	 myCougartrax	
       (registration,	financial	
       aid, grades, making
       payments, etc.)
    •	 Order	an	official	
       transcript
    •	 Financial	aid	award	
       letters
    •	 Email
    •	 Announcements
    •	 and	much	more


    to access MyclackaMas                                                  want to “search & register” for classes?
    1.   Create an email account through http://my.clackamas.edu           1. Click on the Registration link from myCougartrax menu.
    2.   Click on myAccount link                                           2.   Click on “Register for Sections.”
    3.   Use your full email address and password to log on at             3.   Click on “Search & Register.”
         http://my.clackamas.edu                                           4.   Select the term from the drop down menu.
                                                                           5.   Select the subject area and course number
    using mycougartrax (left side of myclackamas)
                                                                                (if latter is known).
    1. Click on Registration from myCougartrax menu.
                                                                           6.   You can limit by days, times, location, etc.
    2.   Click on “Register for Sections.”
                                                                           7.   Click on “Submit.”
    3.   Click on “Express Registration.”
                                                                           8.   Check the box(es) next to the course(s) that you want
    4.   Enter the “Synonyms” (6-digit Course Reg #)
                                                                                to register for.
    5.   Click on “Submit.”
                                                                           9.   Click on “Submit.”
    6.	 Verify	that	the	information	is	correct.
                                                                           10.	 Verify	that	the	information	is	correct.
    7.   Select “Register” from the drop down menu
                                                                           11. Select “Register” from the drop down menu next
         next to each class.
                                                                               to each class.
    8.   Click on “Submit.”
                                                                           12. Click on “Submit.”
    9.   Click on “My Class Schedule” to verify
         your schedule is correct.                                         print your scHedule
                                                                           1.   From the Academic Profile link, click on “My Class
                                                                                Schedule.”
                                                                           2.   Select the term from the drop down menu.
         Grades Final grade information is obtained via the Web at         3.   Click on “Submit.”
         my.clackamas.edu
                                                                           4.   Select “Print” from your Internet browser’s file menu.
         Please contact the Registrar’s Office at 503-594-6100 should
         you need assistance.




8   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                               Clackamas Community College offers a variety of continuing
                                                               education courses, workshops, seminars and trainings both
                                                               as credit and non-credit opportunities.

                                                               The Quick Entry Registration form on this page is for
                                                               students who are not planning to pursue a degree or certificate
                                                               or are registering for less than 6 credits and are looking for
                                                               opportunities to advance their knowledge or skill set.
                                                               If you are planning to register for Community Education courses,
                                                               please refer to the page following the Course Listing in this Schedule
                                                               of Classes for more information and registration form.




                                                                         QUICk ENTRY REGISTRATION FORM 2010-2011
Social Security # or Student I.D.# _____________________________________ 	 Birthdate	✱ _________________ Today’s Date_____________________                                             SUMMER              FALL
                                                                                                                                                                                       WINTER              SPRING
Name ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
               Last                                   First                          Middle                       Previous names                                                   Providing your Social Security
Mailing address ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                               Number (SSN) is voluntary. If you
                                                      Street                         City                         State            County                   Zip                    provide it, the college will use your
Telephone ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                 SSN for keeping records, doing
                                                      Home                                                        Work                                                             research, aggregate reporting,
High school attended_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                extending credit and collecting
                                                      Name                                           Location                                               Graduation Date        debts. Your SSN will not be given
                                                                                                                                                                                   to the general public. If you
 Gender            Male       Female                                                             intended academic program                                                         choose not to provide your SSN,
                                                                                                                                                                                   you will not be denied any rights
 ethnicity            Hispanic or Latino        Not Hispanic or Latino                           Program Code/Title                                                                as a student. Providing your Social
 race (Choose all that apply)             American Indian/Alaska Native      Asian               previous college attendance                                                       Security Number means that you
   	Black	or	African	America	         Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander      White
                                                                                                                                                                                   consent to the use of the number
                                                                                                   Yes    No                                                                       in the manner described.
 residency/student type (Required for tuition purposes)                                          Name of School                                                                    ✱ If you’re under 18, additional
   in state (US citizen or permanent resident of Oregon, Immigrant                   Refugee     reason for enrolling                                                              permissions may be required
     CA, ID, WA, or NV 90 days prior to first day of class.)         Other                          Transfer classes                           Reading/writing/math skills         before you can register for classes.
    out of state                                                                                    Learn job skills                           Learn English language
                                                                                                    Update job skills                          Personal interest
       	US	citizen	and	permanent	resident	outside	of	Oregon,	CA,	ID,	WA,	NV
                                                                                                    High school completion/GED                 Other
       	International	visitor	(B,	J,	H	or	other	nonstudent	Visa)
                                                                                                    Explore career/academics
        International student (requires I-20)

   crs. reg.#             section no./course title                                             credits/ceu      time                        M t w th F        s       room     start date          crs. Fee/tuition

payment by:                                  Card #                                                Exp. Date                       Fax to: 503-722-5864 or Mail to:                 A registration confirmation will
  	VISA/Mastercard/Discover                                                                                                        registrar, clackamas community college           not be mailed. Please verify
                                    ▼




                                             Name on card
   Check    Cash                                                                                                                   19600 Molalla avenue                             your enrollment by going to
   Other                                     Signature                                                                             oregon city, or 97045-7998                       cougartrax@clackamas.edu

Clackamas Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin/ancestry, disability, family relationship or any other protected
status in accordance with applicable law. The College’s commitment to nondiscrimination applies to curriculum activity and all aspects of operation of the College.




                                                                                                                                                                                  www.clackamas.edu 9
     Financial Matters
     How much will I owe?                                                                 How do I pay?
     tuition and Fee table                                                                Pay Now: Payment is due at the time of registration. You
     Tuition and fee rates are subject to change without prior notice.                    can pay in person with cash or a local, bank-imprinted check,
                                                                                          for the amount due. You can make credit card payments
                                              tuition              General Fee*           in	person	or	online	using	Visa,	MasterCard,	Discover	or	
     in state students: or/ca/id/nv/wa**                                                  American Express.
     1-15 credit hours                 $74/billing credit hr.      $5/credit hr.          Pay Later: For a $30 non-refundable service fee, applied to
     16-18 credit hours                $1,110                      $75                    your account on April 8, we will set up a payment plan that
     Above 18 credit hours             $74/billing credit hr.      $5/credit hr.          requires your balance to be paid by May 6. Any account with
     out oF state and international students                                              a balance after May 6 will be charged a $75 non-payment
     (except ca, id, nv, wa):                                                             fee and a hold will prevent future registration. Your balance
     1-15 credit hours                 $219/billing credit hr.     $5/credit hr.          must be at least $100 to qualify for a payment plan. If your
                                                                                          balance is less than $100, payment is due in full at time of
     16-18 credit hours                $3,285                      $75
                                                                                          registration.
     Above 18 credit hours             $219/billing credit hr.     $5/credit hr.
     Miscellaneous Fees                                                                   New! Last fall, the online payment process in myClackamas
                                                                                          changed. Log into my Clackamas, click on Payment
     Official transcripts                                          $10/copy
                                                                                          Information, then click on Pay and Account Information
     Additional fee for faxed transcripts                          $15/copy
                                                                                          which will direct you to our new site. You can then make
     Non-payment fee                                               $75                    payments as well as setting up Authorized Users to be able to
     Non-refundable sponsor billing fee                            $15                    make payments on your behalf as well as deducting payments
     Returned bank item                                            $25 each item          from your checking account.
     Late registration fee                                         $50 per class
     Payment plan fee                                              $30

     * Certain classes have special fees in addition to tuition and
       technology/general fee. These are listed in the “Course Fee”
                                                                                             How do I get a refund?
       column in the course listing.                                                         CCC provides full refunds if you drop your classes on
       The technology/general fee supports many CCC student activities,                      time. We do not provide partial refunds. To receive a
       including athletics, child care, new technology, and student government.
                                                                                             full refund YOU must drop your classes:
     ** In State tuition rate eligibility requires residency 90 days prior to the start      •	 During	the	first	2	weeks	of	the	class	for	classes	
        date of the term.
                                                                                                meeting 5 weeks or more
                                                                                             •	 During	the	first	week	of	the	class	for	classes	meeting	
     How	can	I	get	financial	help?                                                              3-4 weeks
                                                                                             •	 Before	the	class	begins	for	classes	meeting	2	weeks	
     Getting started with Financial aid                                                         or less
     is as easy as 1-2-3!                                                                    To view the complete refund policy, please go to
     1.    Apply to CCC and create a myClackamas account.                                      www.clackamas.edu
     2.    Complete the FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov and return all
           documents requested on your myClackamas account.
     3.    Register for classes; sign and return your Award Letter to
           accept your aid.                                                               What if I still have questions?
     Note: Financial Aid can take up to 12 weeks to process
                                                                                                          Financial aid & you
     so start the process early!
                                                                                            Get answers to your financial aid questions at
                                                                                            Financial Aid & Scholarship Advising Sessions.
                                                                                            When: Every Monday and Thursday from 3-4 p.m.
          Visit	the	CCC	Bookstore	online	for	                                               Where: Rook Hall, Room 117
          information about textbook costs.
          http://www.cccbooks.com/Home.aspx                                                 More info: Email finaid@clackamas.edu



10   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Registration and Other important information You need to know this!
                                                           Academic Calendar – Clackamas Community College operates
            Very Important                                 on the quarter system. Each of our terms are eleven weeks in
                                                           length with many courses being offered in a condensed and/or

             Registration                                  standard	term	format.	Be	sure	to	check	the	Schedule of Classes
                                                           for individual class meeting times.

             Information                                   Course Pre-requisites – Some CCC courses have pre-requisite
                                                           requirements. You will be required to meet these prior to
                                                           enrolling.
     With college comes more choice, freedom
     and responsibility. Here are some highlights of       Grades –	Grade	options	generally	include	A,	B,	C,	D,	F,	I	
     important information for successful college          (Incomplete), W (Withdrawn), P/N (Pass, No Pass), and X
     students.                                             (Audit).	Be	sure	to	select	the	grade	option	you	want	at	the	
                                                           time	of	registration!
     •		avoid the $50 late registration fee!
        If you add a course after the Friday of the        Registration and Transcript Holds – Students who have not
        second week of the term (11-week courses)          met their financial obligations to the college may have restric-
        or after the start of a course (short term and     tions placed on their ability to register for future terms and/or
        late starting courses) you will be charged a       have official transcripts released.
        late registration fee of $50. To avoid this fee,   Ordering Transcripts – Official transcripts (record of your
       make sure you are registered for all of your        classes, grades earned and degrees awarded) are available
       courses in a timely manner.                         upon request for $10 each. Unofficial transcripts are free of
     •		Check	your	schedule	on	myCougarTrax	both	          charge and available via myCougarTrax. Transcript Request
        after you register and the first day of the term   Line, 503-594-6102. Order transcripts online via myCougarTrax
        (your class location may have changed). If         (myClackamas), or www.getmytranscript.com
        you want to add, drop, or change a class,          Student Rights & Responsibilities – When you enroll at
        be certain that you make these changes             Clackamas Community College you assume certain rights and
        through myCougarTrax or Enrollment Services        responsibilities as a student that relate to your educational
        and that the changes are reflected on your         record, academic performance and individual conduct.
        schedule.                                          These are stated in the Student Handbook –
     •		To	receive	a	refund	for	a	full-term	course,	       www.clackamas.edu/documents/handbook.pdf
        be sure to drop it by the end of the second        Student Photo ID Cards – Cards are available at an Enrollment
        week. For classes that do not meet the entire      Services Center and are necessary for library checkout, access
        term (e.g., weekend courses, short courses,        to computer/tutorial labs and admission to college events.
        etc.), it is important to refer to the refund      Picture ID and current enrollment are required. There is
        schedule online at www.clackamas.edu or on         a $10 replacement fee for stolen or lost ID cards.
        the Financial Matters page in this Schedule of
        Classes.
     •		avoid non-payment fees by making pay-
        ments according to the payment plan
                                                             Graduation
        policy. (See p. 10 for more information.)
                                                             petition to Graduate
                                                             In order to be evaluated for a certificate or degree from
     •		Be	a	more	informed	and	successful	student:	          CCC, students must fill out a “Petition for Graduation”
        Read the Academic Regulations after the              and submit it to the Registrar’s Office.
        course listings in this Schedule of Classes.         Please refer to graduation information via the Web for
                                                             filing deadlines. Questions regarding this process may be
     •		Ask	questions!		If	you	are	uncertain	about	          directed to 503-594-6100 or registrar@clackamas.edu.
        something, ask your instructor or a staff mem-
        ber. They can help you get the answer.               Graduation cereMonies
                                                             The certificate and degree graduation ceremony will
                                                             be held Friday evening, June 10, 2011 and the GED/
                                                             Adult High School Diploma graduation ceremony will
                                                             take place Thursday, June 9, 2011. Information for both
                                                             ceremonies will be available on the CCC website in early
                                                             spring. For questions related to the ceremony, contact
                                                             the Instructional Services office at 503-594-3022.




                                                                                                   www.clackamas.edu 11
           Si Habla Español
           coMo coMenzar                                                                  GettinG started
           Es muy fácil... Sólo necesita contactar a la persona indicada de               Getting	started	at	CCC	is	easy!	Just	contact	the	person	listed	
           acuerdo al curso o programa deseado. El proceso de inscrip-                    with the course or program you are interested in. The registra-
           ción es sencillo y con la ayuda de su contacto podrá ingresar                  tion process is simple and with our help you will be able to
           a las clases con éxito.                                                        successfully enroll in classes.
           Existe la posibilidad de ayuda financiera y planes de pago                     Financial Aid help may be available to students who qualify
           para aquellas personas que deseen tomar clases con créditos.                   and payment plans are offered for students planning to take
           Algunas limitaciones pueden ser aplicadas. El departamento                     credit classes. Certain limitations may apply. The Financial Aid
           de ayuda financiera se encuentra en el edificio Rook Hall.                     Department is located in Rook Hall.
           Contamos con consejeros bilingües (inglés y español) para                      We have bilingual academic advisors (English and Spanish) in
           los alumnos que necesiten asesoría académica para ingresar                     the Student Success Center for those students who would like
           a programas específicos. El departamento de orientación aca-                   information about enrolling in specific programs. Academic
           démica se encuentra en el edificio Community Center.                           advisors are located in the Community Center building.

           Matrícula para aluMnos de esl                                                  esl reGistration
           Debe hacer una cita. Para las clases diurnas en Oregon City,                   Make an appointment. For day classes in Oregon City, call
           llame al número 503-594-3234. Para clases nocturnas en                         503-594-3234; for evening classes at Harmony Center, 503-
           Harmony Center, llame al 503-594-0638. Para clases noctur-                     594-0638, noon-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday. For Canby or
           nas en Canby o Molalla, llame al 503-594-3234. Refiérase a la                  Molalla night classes, call 503-594-3234. See p. 44-47 for class
           páginas 44-47 para el horario de clases.                                       listing.

           cursos en español                                                              courses tauGHt in spanisH
           CCC ofrece los siguientes cursos en español. Estos cursos                      CCC offers the following courses taught in Spanish. These
           aparecen en la sección de cursos acreditados, en las páginas                   classes are noted in the credit course listing, p. 20-88, with
           20-88, marcadas con ESPAÑOL en la columna izquierda.                           ESPAÑOL in the left column.
           CS-093S     COMPUTACIóN PARA PRINCIPIANTES II, ESPAñOL,                        CS-093S        COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, SPANISH, 3 CREDITS
                       3 CREDITS                                                          GED-011        GED IN SPANISH, 0 CREDIT
DE	        GED-011     GED EN ESPAñOL, 0 CREDIT                                           GED-049        LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS, 0 CREDIT
           GED-049	    LATINO	GED	y	HABILIDADES	PArA	LA	VIDA,	0	CrEDIT


 ,




                                       Contact Information:
                                       Advising Services ......................................Miguel Cardenas, 503-594-3175
                                       Student Success Center Receptionist ........ Norma Martinez, 503-594-3475
                                       (Advising, Counseling, and Disability Resource Center)
                                       Computer Classes .................. Instructor Adriana Aristizabal, 503-594-3916
                                       Counseling Services ............................ Guadalupe Martinez, 503-594-3185
                                       English as a Second Language .................... Klaudia Cuevas, 503-594-3233
                                       Spanish GED .............................................. Camilo Sanchez, 503-594-3029
                                       Testing & Assessment ......................................Maria Dixon, 503-594-3283
                                       Workforce Services ........................................... Irene Carillo, 503-594-3433




      12   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
    Flexible                                                          Workforce
    Classes                                                           Services
-   Clackamas Community College offers many choices for you to
    complete college courses while balancing your other responsi-
    bilities. We offer evening and weekend classes, and online and
    accelerated courses. We also offer a variety of options for you
    to	take	classes	close	to	home	or	from	the	comfort	of	home!	

    eveninG/weekend transFer deGree                                   Skill up for jobs of the future! WorkSource
    oFFerinGs                                                         Clackamas is preparing Oregonians for jobs in
    CCC offers classes for students to gain a transfer degree by      healthcare, green technologies, transportation,
    attending evenings and weekends. These classes are held in        logistics and more!
    a variety of nontraditional formats including evening classes,
    Saturday classes, five-week sessions and Friday/Saturday
    sessions. For more information, call CCC at Harmony               Job Search and Training Help
    Community Campus, 503-594-0623 or Wilsonville Campus,
    503-594-0944.                                                     Are you looking for a job?
    Flexible start classes
                                                                      Do you need to upgrade your skills to get a better job?
s
    If your time is limited, CCC offers college classes that take     WorkSource Clackamas has no-cost career advancement
    less than a term to complete. These classes start at staggered    services which can
    times throughout the term. See listings at www.clackamas.edu.     •	help	you	update	your	skills
    clackaMas in your coMMunity                                       •	sharpen	your	job	search	expertise
    Did you know that Clackamas offers college credit classes at      •	access	jobs	in	high-growth	careers
    our Harmony and Wilsonville campuses and at extension sites
    in Canby, Estacada and Molalla? For more information, see         Take the next step! Contact our Career Specialists to learn
    the Clackamas in Your Community section in this schedule.         more about our incredible career workshops and services.
                                                                      Contact us at 503-594-6246 or visit us on the Web at
    distance learninG                                                 www.worksourceclackamas.org
    Today’s college students can take their classes to fit their
    schedules. Distance Learning lets you study when and where
    you have time. We offer online courses, telecourses and cor-      Consult the Experts!
    respondence courses. Find Distance Learning on the Web at
                                                                      no-cost career worksHops
    http://dl.clackamas.edu or see the Distance Learning section in
                                                                      at worksource clackaMas
    this schedule.
                                                                      506 High Street, Oregon City 97045

                                                                      Our Career Specialists are experts in job search strategies.
                                                                      Join a workshop to practice innovative techniques to find
                                                                      employers, develop a resume, improve networking, interview
                                                                      better, and improve your job search.
                                                                      Visit	www.worksourceclackamas.org or call to learn more about
                                                                      the NO COST workshops. Call 971-673-6400. Reservations
                                                                      required.


                                                                      Building Skills and Growing Businesses!
                                                                      Sponsored by the Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas
                                                                      County www.wicco.org
                                                                      WorkSource Oregon is an equal opportunity employer/program.
                                                                      WorkSource Oregon es un programa/empleador que respeta la
                                                                      igualdad de oportunidades.


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     Distance Learning
     There are many alternatives to on-campus courses that allow            tecHnical skills required
     busy students to pursue their educational goals. These courses         To participate in an online course, students should have
     may involve the use of computers, video, cable television,             working knowledge of word processing software, Internet
     voice mail, email and the Internet. Some of these courses              and email use and Moodle software.
     may require orientation, class meetings, lab work and testing
     to be done on campus. You may contact the course instruc-
     tor for more information about specific on-campus activity             Get Started in Distance Learning
     requirements.                                                          Instructions for getting started in a Distance Learning class
                                                                            can be found at http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/
     Interested in Distance Learning?
                                                                            quESTiONS AbOuT DiSTANCE lEArNiNg?
     Visit	Distance	Learning	on	the	Web	at	http://depts.clackamas.          •	   Call	503-594-6310
     edu/dl/ for information about:                                              Email online@clackamas.edu
     	     •	   	Course	Offerings
     	     •	   	Delivery	Modes                                             Online Courses — Spring Term 2011
     	     •	   	Computer	requirements
                                                                             Complete course information available in Credit
     	     •	   	Technical	Skills	Needed
                                                                             Course Listing, p. 20-88. Indicated with: web
     	     •	   	How	to	Get	Started
     	     •	   	How	to	Get	Help                                            business
     	     •	   	How	to	Contact	Instructors                                 BA-101-05	    INTrODUCTION	TO	BUSINESS,	4	CrEDITS
                                                                            BA-103-30	    BUSINESS	STrATEGIES:	COMPUTEr	CONSULTANT,	3	
     	     •	   	Moodle	Workshops	for	Students                                            CREDITS
                                                                            BA-104-01	    BUSINESS	MATH,	3	CrEDITS
     online courses                                                         BA-111-02	    GENErAL	ACCOUNTING	I,	4	CrEDITS
     Online courses take place over the Internet, allowing students         BA-131-04	    INTrODUCTION	TO	BUSINESS	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS
                                                                            BA-131-05	    INTrODUCTION	TO	BUSINESS	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS
     to complete their assignments, work cooperatively with other
                                                                            BA-146-01	    ENTErTAINMENT	LAW	&	NEW	MEDIA,	3	CrEDITS
     students, and take quizzes and exams without having to                 BA-162-01	    PrOCUrEMENT	FOr	MANAGErS,	3	CrEDITS
     come to campus. Some online courses may require exams                  BA-199-02	    IFrS	STANDArDS,	1	CrEDIT
     to be taken on campus or in a proctored setting. You may               BA-205-02	    SOLVING	COMMUNICATION	PrOBLEMS	WITH	
     contact the course instructor for information about exam                             TECHNOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
     requirements.                                                          BA-206-01	    MANAGEMENT	FUNDAMENTALS,	4	CrEDITS
                                                                            BA-211-03	    FINANCIAL	ACCOUNTING	I,	4	CrEDITS
                                                                            BA-212-02	    FINANCIAL	ACCOUNTING	II,	4	CrEDITS
     Hybrid courses                                                         BA-213-03	    DECISION	MAKING	WITH	ACCOUNTING	INFOrMATION,	
     Hybrid courses describe a format that combines face-to-face                          4 CREDITS
     classroom instruction with computer-based learning. Hybrid             BA-218-02	    PErSONAL	FINANCE,	3	CrEDITS
     courses combine instructional time spent in the classroom              BA-223-01	    PrINCIPLES	OF	MArKETING,	4	CrEDITS
                                                                            BA-226-03	    BUSINESS	LAW	I,	4	CrEDITS
     with online time. The result is a course that offers the student
                                                                            BA-229-01	    EMPLOyMENT	LAW,	4	CrEDITS
     the high-touch aspects of face-to-face time in the classroom           BA-249-01	    rETAILING,	3	CrEDITS
     with the anytime/anywhere high-tech online course learning             BA-251-01	    SUPErVISOry	MANAGEMENT,	3	CrEDITS
     opportunities. The Hybrid format reduces the amount of time            BA-254-01	    BASIC	COMPENSATION	&	BENEFITS,	4	CrEDITS
     the student needs to be on campus. Hybrid courses are iden-            BA-261-02	    CONSUMEr	BEHAVIOr,	4	CrEDITS
     tified	in	the	quarterly	Schedule	of	Classes	by	the	term	HyBrID	        BA-268-01	    APPLIED	PrOJECT	DEMONSTrATION,	6	CrEDITS
     and also the icon Hyb.                                                 BA-285-02	    HUMAN	rELATIONS	IN	BUSINESS,	4	CrEDITS
                                                                            BT-101-01	    INTrODUCTION	TO	E-LEArNING,	1	CrEDIT
                                                                            BT-125-01	    BUSINESS	EDITING	II,	3	CrEDITS
     telecourses                                                            BT-161-01	    WOrD	II,	3	CrEDITS
     Telecourses are in videotape format and can be completed               BT-173-01	    INTrODUCTION	TO	MS	POWErPOINT,	2	CrEDITS
     without meeting in a traditional classroom. Most telecourses           BT-216-01	    OFFICE	PrOCEDUrES,	4	CrEDITS
     require students to come to campus for the course orienta-             Career Planning
     tion, midterm and final exam.                                          HD-140-01     CAREER EXPLORATION, 3 CREDITS
                                                                            College Success
     Hosted courses
     Clackamas occasionally hosts online courses from other                 HD-120-02     COLLEGE SUCCESS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            HD-147-01     DECISION MAKING, 1 CREDIT
     Oregon community colleges. These classes will be identified            LIB-101-02	   INTrO	TO	LIBrAry	rESEArCH,	1	CrEDIT
     in the schedule as being hosted.


14   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Computer Science                                          HE-205-01     YOUTH ADDICTIONS, 3 CREDITS
                                                          HE-250-01     PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS
CS-120-30	 SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS                 HE-250-02     PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS
CS-120-31	 SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS                 HE-250-03     PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS
CS-120-32	 SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS                 HE-252-03     FIRST AID/CPR, 3 CREDITS
CS-125H-30	 HTML	&	WEB	SITE	DESIGN,	3	CrEDITS             HE-252-04     FIRST AID/CPR, 3 CREDITS
CS-135DB-30	ADVANCED	DATABASE,	3	CrEDITS
                                                          Human Development
Cooperative Work Experience
                                                          HD-140-01     CAREER EXPLORATION, 3 CREDITS
CWE-281-06	   COOPErATIVE	WOrK	EXP	SEMINAr	I,	0	CrEDIT    HD-147-01     DECISION MAKING, 1 CREDIT
CWE-281-26	   COOPErATIVE	WOrK	EXP	SEMINAr	I,	0	CrEDIT
CWE-282-06    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR II, 0 CREDIT          Humanities
CWE-282-26    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR II, 0 CREDIT          ANT-103-01    CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
CWE-283-06    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR III, 0 CREDIT         ART-103-01    ART APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS
CWE-283-26    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR III, 0 CREDIT         ART-206-02    HISTORY OF WESTERN ART, 4 CREDITS
CWE-284-06	   COOP	WOrK	EXP	SEMINAr	IV,	0	CrEDIT          HST-103-02	   HISTOry	OF	WESTErN	CIVILIZATION,	4	CrEDITS
Criminal Justice                                          HST-103-03	   HISTOry	OF	WESTErN	CIVILIZATION,	4	CrEDITS
                                                          HST-203-03    HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 4 CREDITS
CJA-101-03    CRIMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS                      HUM-160-01    FAITH & REASON, 5 CREDITS
CJA-140-01    INTRO CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT              HUM-160-02    FAITH & REASON, 5 CREDITS
CJA-141-01    INTRO TO CRIME MAPPING, 1 CREDIT            MUS-101-01    MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS, 3 CREDITS
CJA-142-01    STATISTICS FOR CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT     MUS-105-01    MUSIC APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS
CJA-143-01	   CrIME	ANALySIS	VIA	STATISTICS,	1	CrEDIT     MUS-206-03    MUSIC LIT: HISTORY OF ROCK, 4 CREDITS
CJA-144-01	   CrIME	ANALySIS	VIA	MODUS	OPEr.,	1	CrEDIT    PHL-101-01	   PHILOSOPHICAL	PrOBLEMS,	4	CrEDITS
CJA-145-01    CRIME ANALYSIS CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT           PHL-103-02    CRITICAL REASONING, 4 CREDITS
CJA-146-01    CRIME ANALYSIS/LINK ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT      PS-202-01	    US	GOVErNMENT:	NATIONAL	GOVErNMENT	
CJA-147-01	   INTrO	PrOFILING	VIOLENT	CrIMES,	1	CrEDIT                  INSTITUTION, 4 CREDITS
CJA-148-01    CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: PROFILE, 1 CREDIT     PSy-110-01	   PSyCHOLOGy:	AN	OVErVIEW,	4	CrEDITS
CJA-149-01    RESEARCH METHOD/CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT    R-210-01      WORLD RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS
CJA-150-01    INTRO TO POLICE INTELLIGENCE, 1 CREDIT      R-210-02      WORLD RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS
CJA-151-01    CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT    SSC-160-01    FAITH AND REASON, 5 CREDITS
CJA-152-01    CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT
                                                          Journalism
CJA-153-01    CRIM INTELLIGENCE ANALYS CAP, 1 CREDIT
CJA-200-01    COMMUNITY RELATIONS & POLICING, 3 CREDITS   J-216-01      REPORTING, 4 CREDITS
CJA-203-01	   CrISIS	INTErVENTION,	3	CrEDITS              Manufacturing
CJA-243-01    NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS, 3 CREDITS
HE-205-01     YOUTH ADDICTIONS, 3 CREDITS                 MFG-275-01 MASTERCAM I: STREAMINGTEACHERTM, 3 CREDITS
Economics                                                 Mathematics
EC-200-01     INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS, 4 CREDITS        MTH-060-10	 ALGEBrA	I,	4	CrEDITS
EC-201-03     PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MICRO, 4 CREDITS   MTH-243-05 STATISTICS I, 4 CREDITS
Education                                                 Medical Assistant
ECE-240-01    LESSON & CURRICULUM PLANNING, 3 CREDITS     MA-110-02     MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
ED-100-02     INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS        MA-110-03     MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
ED-130-01     COMP CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS        Physical Education
ED-169-01     STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, 3 CREDITS
                                                          PE-270-01     SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
ED-229-01	    LEArNING	&	DEVELOPMENT,	3	CrEDITS
Electronics & Microelectronics                            Science
                                                          BI-101-30	    GENErAL	BIOLOGy,	4	CrEDITS
SM-170-01     SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING III, 2 CREDITS
                                                          BI-102-30	    GENErAL	BIOLOGy,	4	CrEDITS
SM-229-01	    VACUUM	TECHNOLOGy,	2	CrEDITS
                                                          BI-103-30	    GENErAL	BIOLOGy,	4	CrEDITS
Environmental Safety & Health                             BI-234-30	    INTrODUCTOry	MICrOBIOLOGy,	4	CrEDITS
ESH-100-01	 ENVIrONMENTAL	rEGULATIONS,	3	CrEDITS          PH-121-30     GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS
ESH-101-01 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT, 2 CREDITS          PH-122-30     GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS
                                                          PH-123-30     GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS
English
                                                          Speech
ENG-205-01	 SUrVEy	OF	ENGLISH	LITErATUrE,	4	CrEDITS
ENG-213-01 U.S. LATINO LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS              SP-111-09	    PUBLIC	SPEAKING,	4	CrEDITS
                                                          SP-218-01     INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION, 4 CREDITS
Family Studies
                                                          Transportation
HDF-260-01	 CHILD	ABUSE	AND	NEGLECT,	3	CrEDITS
                                                          TTL-141-01	 TrANSPOrTATION	CUST	SVC	SKILLS,	3	CrEDITS
Food and Nutrition
                                                          Writing
FN-110-01     PERSONAL NUTRITION, 3 CREDITS
FN-225-02     NUTRITION, 4 CREDITS                        WR-101-02     COMMUNICATION SKILLS: OCCUPATIONAL WRITING,
                                                                        3 CREDITS
FN-225-03     NUTRITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                          WR-121-17     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
Health                                                    WR-121-18     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
HE-204-01     NUTRITION & WEIGHT CONTROL, 3 CREDITS       WR-121-19     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
HE-204-03     NUTRITION & WEIGHT CONTROL, 3 CREDITS       WR-122-19     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                          WR-122-20     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS



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     WR-122-21     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS                           English
     WR-123-02     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
     WR-227-04     TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING, 4 CREDITS                      ENG-106-01 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: POETRY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            ENG-266-01 THE LITERATURE OF WAR, 4 CREDITS
     Hybrid Courses                                                         Family Studies
      Complete course information available in Credit                       HDF-140-01 CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FAMILY, 3 CREDITS
      Course Listing, p. 20-88. Indicated with: Hyb                         Foreign language
                                                                            SPN-103-07    FIRST-YEAR SPANISH, 4 CREDITS
     business
                                                                            Horticulture
     BA-124-01	    NEGOTIATION:	PrOJECT	MANAGEMENT,	3	CrEDITS
     BA-126-01	    PrOJECT	MANAGEMENT:	WOrKSHOP,	3	CrEDITS                  HOR-143-01 HORTICULTURE PRACTICUM/SPRING, 6 CREDITS
     BA-199-01	    IFrS	STANDArDS,	1	CrEDIT                                 HOR-228-02 PLANT IDENTIFICATION/SPRING, 3 CREDITS
     BA-205-01	    SOLVING	COMMUNICATION	PrOBLEMS	WITH	                     HOR-242-01 PLANT PROPAGATION/SPRING, 3 CREDITS
                   TECHNOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                    Humanities
     BA-217-01	    BUDGETING	FOr	MANAGErS,	3	CrEDITS
     BA-224-01	    HUMAN	rESOUrCE	MANAGEMENT,	4	CrEDITS                     ART-206-01 HISTORY OF WESTERN ART, 4 CREDITS
     BA-225-01	    BUSINESS	rEPOrT	WrITING,	3	CrEDITS                       SSC-182-01	 PATHWAy	TO	SUSTAINABILITy,	5	CrEDITS
     BT-262-01	    INTEGrATED	PrOJECTS,	4	CrEDITS                           Mathematics
     College Success                                                        MTH-060-04	   ALGEBrA	I,	4	CrEDITS
     EL-111-03     COLLEGE STUDY SKILLS, 3 CREDITS                          MTH-065-01	   ALGEBrA	II,	4	CrEDITS
                                                                            MTH-065-08	   ALGEBrA	II,	4	CrEDITS
     Computer Science
                                                                            MTH-095-01	   ALGEBrA	III,	4	CrEDITS
     CS-120-01	    SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS                           MTH-095-02	   ALGEBrA	III,	4	CrEDITS
     CS-120-02	    SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS                           MTH-111-01	   COLLEGE	ALGEBrA,	5	CrEDITS
     CS-120-03	    SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS                           MTH-111-04	   COLLEGE	ALGEBrA,	5	CrEDITS
     CS-120-04	    SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS                           MTH-243-01    STATISTICS I, 4 CREDITS
     CS-120-05	    SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS                           Nursing
     CS-120-10	    SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS
     CS-289A-01	   WEB	SErVEr	ADMINISTrATION:	APACHE,	3	CrEDITS             NRS-231-01    CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY II, 3 CREDITS
     CS-297N-01    NETWORK CAPSTONE, 4 CREDITS                              NRS-231-02    CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY II, 3 CREDITS
                                                                            NRS-233-01    PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESS II, 3 CREDITS
     Computer Workshops: Windows Applications, Web
                                                                            NRS-233-02    PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESS II, 3 CREDITS
     CW-050-01     MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                              Science
     CW-050-02     MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT
     CW-050-04     MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                              BI-160L-01	   BIrD	IDENTIFICATION	LAB,	1	CrEDIT
     CW-050-05     MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                              CH-104-30     INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
     CW-052A-01	   EXCEL	BASIC,	0	CrEDIT                                    CH-105-30     INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
     CW-052A-02	   EXCEL	BASIC,	0	CrEDIT                                    CH-106-30     INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
     CW-052B-01	   EXCEL	INTErMEDIATE,	0	CrEDIT                             Speech
     CW-052B-02	   EXCEL	INTErMEDIATE,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-052C-01	   EXCEL	ADVANCED,	0	CrEDIT                                 SP-111-17	    PUBLIC	SPEAKING,	4	CrEDITS
     CW-052C-02	   EXCEL	ADVANCED,	0	CrEDIT                                 Writing
     CW-054A-01	   WOrD	BASIC,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                            WR-095-02     PARAGRAPH TO ESSAY, 3 CREDITS
     CW-054A-02	   WOrD	BASIC,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                            WR-121-09     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-054B-01	   WOrD	INTErMEDIATE,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                            WR-121-13     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-054B-02	   WOrD	INTErMEDIATE,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                            WR-121-20     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-054C-01	   WOrD	ADVANCED,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                            WR-122-07     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-054C-02	   WOrD	ADVANCED,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                            WR-122-08     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-055A-01	   POWErPOINT	BASIC,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                            WR-122-17     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-055A-02	   POWErPOINT	BASIC,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-055B-01	   POWErPOINT	INTErMEDIATE,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-055C-01	   POWErPOINT	ADVANCED,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-055C-02	   POWErPOINT	ADVANCED,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-056A-01	   ACCESS	BASIC,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-056A-02	   ACCESS	BASIC,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-056B-01	   ACCESS	INTErMEDIATE,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-056B-02	   ACCESS	INTErMEDIATE,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-056C-01	   ACCESS	ADVANCED,	0	CrEDIT
     CW-056C-02	   ACCESS	ADVANCED,	0	CrEDIT
     Education
     ECE-239-01    HELP CHILD/FAMILY COPE STRESS, 3 CREDITS
     ED-246-01     SCHOOL, FAMILY & COMM RELATION, 4 CREDITS
     Energy and resource Management
     ERM-103-01 ENERGY & RESOURCE TECH III: GENERATION, 3 CREDITS
     ERM-203-01 ENERGY APPLICATIONS III: SEMINAR, 4 CREDITS




16   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                     For more information about these classes call: 503-594-3254.
                                                                     ENG-226-01	 ADVANCED	LITErATUrE	OF	VAMPIrES,	4	CrEDITS




Clackamas in Your Community
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CCC Wilsonville Campus
CCC in Canby and CCC in Molalla
Along with the Oregon City campus, Clackamas Community College has two additional campuses to serve the needs of
students in other parts of the district. The college’s Harmony campus is a full service campus in the North Clackamas area
(near Clackamas Town Center). The Wilsonville campus is full service as well, and is easily accessible from I-5. In addition,
there are many CCC courses available in other communities throughout the district.


CCC at Harmony                                                            Adult basic Education (AbE)
                                                                          Instruction offered to improve reading, writing, and math skills.

Community Campus                                                          Individual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years old.
                                                                          Fees determined at assessment. For additional information about
                                                                          orientation and scheduling, please call 503-594-3395.
7738 SE Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222 / OIT Metro
Center: 7726 SE Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222                     Days/Harmony Campus: M-TH, 8:30-11:30 a.m.
The following courses are available at Clackamas Community College        ABE-012-67	 ADULT	BASIC	EDUCATION,	0	CrEDIT
at Harmony Community Campus. For more information, contact                business Development Center Classes/Workshops
503-594-0623.
                                                                          Small Business Development Center (SBDC) classes are offered as
                                                                          practical training for owners and managers of small businesses and
         Harmony Community Campus Hours                                   do NOT fulfill the requirements for any college transfer, general
                                                                          education or certificate programs. For more information about these
     Hours are subject to change. Please call 503-594-0620 for            classes or other questions regarding your small business needs,
     updated information. Campus closed Saturday, March 26                contact the SBDC at 503-594-0738 or e-mail bizcenter@clackamas.
     and Monday, May 30.                                                  edu. SBDC office hours: M-TH 9 a.m.-5 p.m., F by appointment only.
         building Hours                                                   Website: www.bizcenter.org.
         March 21-June 11       M-Th       7 a.m.-10 p.m.                 SBM-006-01	   GOING	INTO	BUSINESS,	0	CrEDIT
                                F          7 a.m.-5 p.m.                  SBM-006-10	   TrADE	SHOW	&	EVENT	MArKETING,	0	CrEDIT
                                S          8 a.m.-6 p.m.                  SBM-006-14	   CUSTOMEr	SErVICE,	0	CrEDIT
         student services                                                 SBM-006-15	   HIGH	IMPACT	MArKETING,	0	CrEDIT
         March 21-March 27      M-Th       8 a.m.-6 p.m.                  SBM-006-16	   MOrE	PrOFIT?	MOrE	SALES!,	0	CrEDIT
                                F          8 a.m.-5 p.m.                  SBM-006-17	   SMALL	BUSINESS	FINANCE,	0	CrEDIT
         March 28-June 11       M-Th       8 a.m.-6 p.m.                  SBM-006-18	   FINANCIAL	DIAGNOSIS,	0	CrEDIT
                                F          8 a.m.-5 p.m.                  SBM-006-19	   rECOrDKEEPING	&	TAXES,	0	CrEDIT
                                S          8 a.m.-2 p.m.                  SBM-006-20	   WHICH	BUSINESS	ENTITy	IS	rIGHT,	0	CrEDIT
         advising                                                         SBM-006-21	   QUICKBOOKS	PrO:	BEGINNING,	0	CrEDIT
         March 21-June 11   M-Th           9 a.m.-6 p.m.
                                                                          SBM-006-22	   QUICKBOOKS	PrO:	NEXT	STEP,	0	CrEDIT
                            F              9 a.m.-3 p.m.
                                                                          SBM-006-25	   QUICKBOOKS	BASIC	PAyrOLL,	0	CrEDIT
         testing & assessment
         March 21-June 11   M-Th           9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.               SBM-006-30	   PrEPArING	FOr	THE	CCB	EXAM,	0	CrEDIT
                            F              9 a.m.-5 p.m.                  SBM-006-31	   PrEPArING	FOr	THE	CCB	EXAM,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                          SBM-006-33	   MArKETING	yOUr	ArT,	0	CrEDIT
        bookstore                                                         SBM-006-39	   MAKE	SEArCH	ENGINES	LOVE	yOUr,	0	CrEDIT
         March 21-26            M-Th     10 a.m.-3 p.m.                   SBM-006-40	   BLOGGING	FOr	BUSINESS	WITH	WOrDPrESS,	0	CrEDITS
                                F        Closed                           SBM-006-41	   GOOGLE	ADWOrDS	FOr	SMALL	BUSINESS,	0	CrEDIT
         March 28-April 1       M-Th     9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.              SBM-006-43	   GOOGLE	ANALyTICS	FOr	SMALL	BUSINESS,	0	CrEDIT
                                F        11:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                                                                          SBM-020-01	   SMALL	BUSINESS	GrEENHOUSE,	0	CrEDIT
                                S        9:00 a.m.-2 p.m.
         April 4-8              M-T      9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.              College Success
                                W-Th     9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.,             For more information about these classes call: Student Success
                                         2:30-6:30 p.m.                   Center, 503-594-3475.
                                F        Closed
         April 11-June 3        M-Th     9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.,             HD-120-01     COLLEGE SUCCESS, 1 CREDITS
                                         2:30-6:30 p.m.                   Computer Science
                                F        Closed
         May 30, 2011           Closed, Memorial Day                      For more information about these classes call: 503-594-3164.
                                                                          CS-090-04     COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, 2 CREDITS
        textbook buyback                                                  CS-091-24     COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS II, 2 CREDITS
         June 6-10              M-W        9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.,
                                                                          CS-093S-01    COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS II, SPANISH, 3 CREDITS
                                           2:30-6:30 p.m.
                                Th-F       10 a.m.-3 p.m.                 CS-120-10	    SUrVEy	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CrEDITS



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     Computer Workshops: Windows Applications, Web                            Humanities/Social Sciences
     These workshops are offered by the CCC Computer Science                  For more information about these classes call: Arts & Sciences
     Department at our off-campus labs. Classes provide professionally        Division, 503-594-3111.
     developed courseware and are designed for the student who wishes         EC-202-03   PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MACRO, 4 CREDITS
     to focus on a specific software application. For a complete listing of   HST-202-01  HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 4 CREDITS
     course outlines visit our web page at cs.clackamas.edu/cw/index.htm      HUM-242-01  AMERICAN MILITARY CONFLICT, 4 CREDITS
     or turn to Computer Workshops: Windows Applications, Web in the          MUS-130-01  MUSIC MEDIA: SEX, DRUGS & ROCK, 1 CREDITS
     Course Listing portion of this schedule.                                 MUS-206-02  MUSIC LIT: HISTORY OF ROCK, 4 CREDITS
     CW-050-04     MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                                PHL-102-01  ETHICS, 4 CREDITS
     CW-050-05     MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                                PHL-103-01  CRITICAL REASONING, 4 CREDITS
     English as a Second language                                             PSY-101-04  HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
                                                                              PSY-101-06  HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
     These classes are for students ages 16 and older whose first             PSy-215-01	 INTrODUCTION	TO	DEVELOPMENTAL	PSyCHOLOGy,	4	
     language is not English. Required: Instructor consent.                               CREDITS
     Call 503-594-0638 for information. Para más información, llame           PSy-215-03	 INTrODUCTION	TO	DEVELOPMENTAL	PSyCHOLOGy,	4	
     503-594-0638.                                                                        CREDITS
     ESL-022-06    LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT                                PSy-219-02	 INTrODUCTION	TO	ABNOrMAL	PSyCHOLOGy,	4	CrEDITS
     ESL-022-07    LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT                                PSy-240-01	 INTErPErATIVE	AWArENESS	&	GrOWTH,	4	CrEDITS
     ESL-033-06	   INTErMEDIATE	CONVErSATION,	0	CrEDIT                        r-103-01	   COMPArATIVE	rELIGIONS,	4	CrEDITS
     ESL-034-06	   UPPEr	INTErMED	CONVErSATION,	0	CrEDIT                      R-211-01    HISTORY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT, 4 CREDITS
     ESL-040-06	   BEGINNING	GrAMMAr,	0	CrEDIT                                SOC-205-01 SOCIAL STRATIFICATION & SOCIAL SYSTEMS, 4 CREDITS
     ESL-041-06	   UPPEr	BEGINNING	GrAMMAr,	0	CrEDIT                          SP-111-03	  PUBLIC	SPEAKING,	4	CrEDITS
     ESL-042-06    INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT                           SP-111-08	  PUBLIC	SPEAKING,	4	CrEDITS
     ESL-044-06    UPPER INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT                     SSC-242-01 AMERICAN MILITARY CONFLICT, 4 CREDITS
     ESL-046-06	   ADVANCED	GrAMMAr	B,	0	CrEDIT                               Mathematics
     ESL-049-06	   UPPEr	BEGINNING	rEADING/WrITING,	0	CrEDIT                  For more information about these classes call: Mathematics
     ESL-050-06	   BEGINNING	rEADING/WrITING,	0	CrEDIT                        Department, 503-594-3324.
     ESL-053-06    INTERMEDIATE READING/WRITING, 0 CREDIT
     ESL-054-06    UPPER INTERMEDIATE READ/WRITE, 0 CREDIT                    MTH-060-20	   ALGEBrA	I,	4	CrEDITS
     ESL-065-06	   PrONUNCIATION	B,	0	CrEDIT                                  MTH-060-21	   ALGEBrA	I,	4	CrEDITS
     ESL-070-06	   COMPUTEr	LAB,	0	CrEDIT                                     MTH-065-20	   ALGEBrA	II,	4	CrEDITS
     ESL-083-06	   VOCABULAry	BUILDING	B,	0	CrEDIT	                           MTH-065-21	   ALGEBrA	II,	4	CrEDITS
                                                                              MTH-095-20	   ALGEBrA	III,	4	CrEDITS
     Foreign language                                                         MTH-095-21	   ALGEBrA	III,	4	CrEDITS
     For more information about these classes call: Foreign Language          MTH-111-20	   COLLEGE	ALGEBrA,	5	CrEDITS
     Department, 503-594-3244.                                                MTH-111-21	   COLLEGE	ALGEBrA,	5	CrEDITS
                                                                              MTH-244-20    STATISTICS II, 4 CREDITS
     SPN-103-06    FIRST-YEAR SPANISH, 4 CREDITS
                                                                              Writing
     general Education Development (gED)
                                                                              For more information about these classes call: 503-594-3254.
     Individual schedules are arranged and students register by
     appointment only. Fees are determined at orientations. For               WR-090-04     FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH, 3 CREDITS
     additional information about scheduling, registration, high school       WR-095-06     PARAGRAPH TO ESSAY, 3 CREDITS
     referral, or release from compulsory attendance, please call             WR-121-11     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     503-594-3395.                                                            WR-121-14     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                                              WR-122-12     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     ABE/GED Days/Harmony Campus: M-TH, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.                  WR-122-18     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     gED Español                                                              Women’s Studies
     For more information about this class call: 503-594-3029. Para más       For more information about these classes call: 503-594-3403.
     información, llame 503-594-3029.                                         WS-101-01     WOMEN’S STUDIES, 4 CREDITS
     GED-049-04	 GED	PArA	LATINOS	&	HABILIDADES	PArA	LA	VIDA		
                 DIARIA (LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS), 0 CREDIT
     Human Development
     For more information about these classes call: Student Success
     Center, 503-594-3475.
     HD-145-01     STRESS MANAGEMENT, 1 CREDITS
     HD-153-01     MANAGING CONFLICT IN YOUR LIFE, 1 CREDITS
     HD-156-01	    CrEATIVE	GOAL	SETTING,	1	CrEDITS




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                                                                    Mathematics
CCC Wilsonville Campus                                              For more information about these classes call: Mathematics
                                                                    Department, 503-594-3324.
29353 SW Town Center Loop East, Wilsonville, Oregon 97070
                                                                    MTH-111-15	 COLLEGE	ALGEBrA,	5	CrEDITS
Textbooks ordered through the Bookstore website, www.cccbooks.com
may be picked up at the Wilsonville campus. Please check website    Writing
for information.                                                    For more information about these classes call: 503-594-3254.
                                                                    WR-121-15     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
               Wilsonville Campus Hours                             WR-122-15     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS

   Hours are subject to change. Please call 503-594-0940 for
   updated information.
      building Hours 503-594-0940
                                                                    CCC Extension Sites                                                    b
       March 21-March 25       M-F        8 a.m.-5 p.m.                                                                                    F
       March 28-June 10        M-Th       8 a.m.-9 p.m.             CCC in Canby
                               F          8 a.m.-5 p.m.
                                                                    Classes are held at Canby Applied Technology Center unless
      student services 503-594-0940                                 otherwise noted. See the Credit Section of the Schedule for
       March 21-March 25       M-F        8 a.m.-5 p.m.             information on location of classes.
       March 28-June 10        M-Th       8 a.m.-9 p.m.
                               F          8 a.m.-5 p.m.             English as a Second language
      advising center 503-594-0944                                  These classes are for students ages 16 and older whose first
       March 21-March 25       M-F        8 a.m.-5 p.m.             language is not English. Register first night of class. Required:
       March 28-June 10        M, T, Th   9 a.m.-6 p.m.             Instructor consent. Call 503-594-3234 for information. Para más
                               W          10 a.m.-5 p.m.            información, llame 503-594-3234.
                               F          8 a.m.-5 p.m.
                                                                    ESL-022-11    LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT
      testing & assessment center 503-594-0944                      ESL-040-11	   BEGINNING	GrAMMAr,	0	CrEDIT
       March 21-March 25       M-F        8 a.m.-5 p.m.             ESL-050-11	   BEGINNING	rEADING/WrITING,	0	CrEDIT
       March 28-June 10        M-Th       9 a.m.-6 p.m.             ESL-051-11	   UPPEr	BEGINNING	rEADING,	0	CrEDIT
                               F          8 a.m.-5 p.m.             ESL-071-11	   ESL	SKILLS	LAB,	0	CrEDIT
                                                                    gED Español
The following courses are available at Clackamas Community          For more information about this class call: 503-594-3029. Para más
College, Wilsonville Campus. For more information, contact          información, llame 503-594-3029.
503-594-0944.                                                       GED-049-02	 GED	PArA	LATINOS	&	HABILIDADES	PArA	LA	VIDA		
Energy resource Management/utility Workforce                                    DIARIA (LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS), 0 CREDIT
readiness
For more information about these classes call: 503-594-0945.        CCC in Molalla
ERM-103-01    ENERGY & RESOURCE TECH III: GENERATION, 3 CREDITS     Classes are held at the CCC Molalla Center behind the Molalla Public
ERM-174-01    GROUNDWORKER TRAINING, 3 CREDITS                      Library, 201 East Fifth, Molalla, Oregon.
ErM-175-01	   INITIAL	POLE	CLIMBING,	4	CrEDITS
ERM-180-01    ENERGY & RESOURCE MANAGEMENT/CWE, 3 CREDITS           English as a Second language
ERM-203-01    ENERGY APPLICATIONS III: SEMINAR, 4 CREDITS           These classes are for students ages 16 and older whose first
Humanities/Social Sciences                                          language is not English. Register first night of class. Required:
                                                                    Instructor consent. Call 503-594-3234 for information. Para más
For more information about these classes call: Arts & Sciences      información, llame 503-594-3234.
Division, 503-594-3111.
                                                                    ESL-071-41	   ESL	SKILLS	LAB,	0	CrEDIT
ANT-103-15 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                         ESL-199-41	   MULTILEVEL	rEADING	&	WrITING,	0	CrEDIT
ART-132-15 DRAWING, 4 CREDITS
ASL-103-15 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE, 4 CREDITS
EC-201-15   PRINCIPLES OF ECON: MICRO, 4 CREDITS
EC-202-15   PRINCIPLES OF ECON: MACRO, 4 CREDITS
HST-203-15 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 4 CREDITS
HUM-182-15	 PATHWAy	TO	SUSTAINABILITy,	5	CrEDITS
MUS-130-15 MUSIC MEDIA: SEX, DRUGS & ROCK, 1 CREDIT
PHL-213-15 ASIAN PHILOSOPHY, 4 CREDITS
PSY-101-15 HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
SP-100-15	  BASIC	SPEECH	COMMUNICATION,	3	CrEDITS
SSC-182-15	 PATHWAy	TO	SUSTAINABILITy,	5	CrEDITS
UT-009-55   INTRO TO SAFETY MTG/COMMITTEES, 0.4 CEU
UT-009-64   LOCKOUT/TAGOUT, 0.4 CEU
UT-009-72   CONFINED SPACE, 0.4 CEU
UT-009-87	 SAFETy	COMM	PrOBLEM	SOLVING,	0.4	CEU




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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition     Fee          Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee       Total




                 Credit and non-credit courses offered Spring 2011
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition     Fee          Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee       Total



                 Adult Basic Education (ABE)                                                                    ART-100B CERAMIC TECHNIQUES, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                Various topics will introduce techniques in clay construction, firing,
                 ABE-012      ADULT BASIC EDUCATION, 0 CREDIT                                                   glazing and other ceramic methods. Students will be encouraged
                 Instruction offered to improve reading, writing, and math skills. In-                          to create and design their own work using clay and clay materials
                 dividual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years old.                                which consider meaning and function. Historical and contemporary
                 ✔	           ABE-012-67      209264 OIT170        MTWTH 8:30-11:30AM                           issues related to ceramics will be presented and discussed.
                               TEETOR                              $0    $0        $55                   $55                 ART-100B-01 208857 AC123              FSSU       12-5:10PM
                               Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                           STOLL                                $74        $5       $125          $204
                              ABE-012-07      209263 D133          MTWTH 12:30-3:30PM                                         Focuses on dishes for everyday use. Meets: 4/15-4/29.
                               MCKENNA                             $0    $0        $55                   $55                 ART-100B-02 208860 AC122              FSSU       1-5:10PM
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                                  DUNAWAY                              $74        $5       $125          $204
                                                                                                                              Focuses on mold making. Meets: 5/13-5/27.
                 Anthropology                                                                                   ART-103      ART APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS
                 ANT-103      CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                                  Discover the fundamentals of thinking about and creating art
                 Introduces the diversity of contemporary human cultures and the                                through class discussions, gallery/museum tours. This course will ex-
                 ways anthropologists study and compare them in an effort to under-                             amine history, culture, ideas and issues associated with art.
                 stand how different societies organize their lives and make sense of                                        ART-103-01      208863 ONLINE
                 the world around them.                                                                                       SIEGFRIED                            $222       $15         $41        $278
                 ✔	           ANT-103-15      209422 W212          T           6-9:50PM                                       Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: csiegfried@
                               PLIMPTON                            $0          $0       $316            $316                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3848.
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville              ART-107      ANIMATION & MOTION GRAPHICS II, 3 CREDITS
                               Campus.                                                                          Continuation of the practice of motion graphics design. This
                 ANT-280      ANTHROPOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                    project-based course advances the concepts and practices covered
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                              in ART-106/DMC-106 with a particular focus on visual effects and
                 anthropology.                                                                                  compositing techniques, as well as intermediate layer handling and
                              ANT-280-01      209166 JOBSITE                                                    workflow enhancement. Traditional and experimental animation
                               LEWIS                               $444        $30          $15        $489V    techniques will be explored.
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                                 ART-107-01      208864 AC121          TTH        1-3:50PM
                                                                                                                              WASSON                               $222       $15      $45           $282
                 Art                                                                                                          Recommended: Previous experience with computer graphics and digital
                                                                                                                              video. Section offered in MAC format.
                 ART-100A JEWELRY MAKING TECHNIQUES, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                ART-108      ANIMATION & MOTION GRAPHICS III, 3 CREDITS
                 Various topics will introduce techniques in: construction, forming,
                                                                                                                Introduces students to advanced animation and motion graphics
                 fabrication, soldering, inlay, etching, mold making, casting, stone
                                                                                                                techniques with particular focus on portfolio developmnet and pro-
                 settting and silversmithing. Students will be encouraged to create
                                                                                                                fessional workflow scenarios. Advanced layer handling, 3D camera
                 and design their own jewelry with both meaning and function.
                                                                                                                and light techniques, narrative developmnet and rendering will be
                 Historical and contemporary issues surrounding jewelry and body
                                                                                                                explored. Advanced theoretical, historical and technical aspects of
                 adornment will be presented and discussed during the course.
                                                                                                                animation will be discussed.
                              ART-100A-03 208855 AC120             S           9-4:20PM
                                                                                                                             ART-108-01      208866 AC121          TTH        1-3:50PM
                               IIJIMA                              $74         $5       $125            $204
                               Focuses on basic jewelry making. Meets: 4/2, 4/16, & 4/30.
                                                                                                                              WASSON                               $222       $15      $45           $282
                                                                                                                              Recommended: Previous experience with computer graphics and digital
                              ART-100A-01 208851 AC120             F           10-12:50PM                                     video. Section offered in MAC format.
                               SCHEER                              $74         $5       $125            $204
                               Focuses on casting, rings & pendants. Meets: 4/1-5/13.
                                                                                                                ART-115      BASIC DESIGN: TWO DIMENSIONAL DESIGN, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                Acquaints students with the vocabulary of composition, builds cre-
                              ART-100A-02 208852 AC120             F           2-4:50PM                         ative and analytical skills, and examines historical and contempo-
                               SCHEER                              $74         $5       $125            $204    rary issues related to visual composition.
                               Focuses on small decorative box and locket makinig. Meets: 4/1-5/13.
                                                                                                                             ART-115-01 208867 AC108 TTH     1-3:50PM
                              ART-100A-04 208856 AC120             M           5:30-9:20PM                                    BRODNICKI              $296    $20      $60                            $376
                               IIJIMA                              $74         $5        $125           $204
                               Focuses on casting, rings & pendants. Meets: 4/18-5/16.                          ART-116      BASIC DESIGN: COLOR THEORY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                Explores color and its relationship to visual composition and exam-
                                                                                                                ines historical and contemporary issues of color and composition in
                                                                                                                the arts.
                                                                                                                             ART-116-01      208871 AC108          TTH        9-11:50AM
                                                                                                                              TRUE                                 $296       $20      $60           $376




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee           Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


ART-132      DRAWING, 4 CREDITS                                                             ART-206      HISTORY OF WESTERN ART, 4 CREDITS
Introduces drawing tools, materials, techniques, elements of com-                           Examines art, culture and history from the Baroque period through




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position; line, gesture, color and value. Assignments involve direct                        the 20th century. A broad overview of art history. Encourages an
observation and its relationship to volume and form on a two-                               appreciation and understanding of art and its history through read-
dimensional plane. Assignments include drawing, readings and cri-                           ings, lectures, papers and exams.
tique of projects.                                                                          HYB          ART-206-01 208891 N140               TTH       4-5:20PM
✔	           ART-132-15      209259 W218         MW        6-9:50PM                                       BRODNICKI                           $296      $20      $6            $322
              SIEGFRIED                          $0        $0       $376            $376                  Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday & Thursday plus online hours. Recommended:
              At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                                                                  Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in
                                                                                                          WR-121.
ART-133      DRAWING, 4 CREDITS
Introduces drawing tools, materials, techniques, elements of com-                                        ART-206-02      208892 ONLINE
position; line, gesture, color and value. Assignments involve direct                                      REID                                $296      $20         $35        $351
observation and its relationship to volume and form on a two-di-                                          Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: dreid@
mensional plane. Assignments include drawing, readings & critique                                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3034. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
of projects.                                                                                              ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
             ART-133-03 209260 AC102 MW                    9-11:50AM                        ART-221      FLASH ANIMATION: DESIGN & TECHNIQUES, 3 CREDITS
              TRUE                   $296                  $20      $60             $376    Introduces the principles of animation using Adobe’s Flash software.
             ART-133-01 208877 AC102 MW                    1-3:50PM                         The course will emphasize design principles, analytical skills and
              SCHROER                $296                  $20      $60             $376    creativity. Students will learn the basics of Flash in order to create
                                                                                            successful animated projects.
             ART-133-02 208879 AC102 TTH                   9-11:50AM
              ANDERSEN               $296                  $20      $60             $376                 ART-221-01      208893 AC121         MW        2-4:50PM
                                                                                                          WASSON                              $222      $15      $45           $282
ART-161      PHOTOGRAPHY I, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Pass CS-195 or ART-225 or instructor consent.
Introduction to basic camera operation and darkroom processes in
developing and printing film. Elements of composition, content,                             ART-226      COMPUTER GRAPHICS II, 3 CREDITS
and historical reference will be explored.                                                  Continuation of the processes of digital graphics programs. More
             ART-161-01      208880 AC108        MW        12-2:50PM                        advanced aspects of image compositing, bit mapping, layering and
                                                                                            using channels in Photoshop. Creative problem solving, design ap-
              ELIOT                              $222      $15      $75             $312
              Required: 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls.
                                                                                            plications and contemporary issues will be explored.
             ART-161-02      208882 AC108        MW        3-5:50PM                                      ART-226-01      208895 AC121         MW        9-11:50AM
              ELIOT                              $222      $15      $75             $312                  WASSON                              $222      $15      $45           $282
                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass ART-225. Section offered in Mac format.
              Required: 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls.
ART-162      PHOTOGRAPHY II, 3 CREDITS                                                      ART-227      COMPUTER GRAPHICS III, 3 CREDITS
Continuation of the exploration of camera operation and darkroom                            Use of multi-formats to create images, compositions, and docu-
processes in developing and printing film. Elements of composition,                         ments. Design principles, creative problem solving, historical and
content, and historical reference will be explored.                                         contemporary issues in graphics, and aesthetics will be considered.
             ART-162-01      208884 AC108        MW        12-2:50PM                                     ART-227-01      208896 AC121         MW        9-11:50AM
              ELIOT                              $222      $15      $75             $312                  WASSON                              $222      $15      $45           $282
                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass ART-225 & ART-226. Section offered in Mac format.
              Required: 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls. Recommended:
              Pass ART-161 or instructor consent.                                           ART-252      CERAMICS/BEGINNING, 3 CREDITS
             ART-162-02      208885 AC108        MW        3-5:50PM                         Broad general background in ceramics. Explore methods of working
              ELIOT                              $222      $15      $75             $312    with clay: coiling, slab construction, and throwing on the wheel. In-
              Required: 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls. Recommened:          troduction to glazing and firing. Research contemporary and histori-
              Pass ART-161 or instructor consent.                                           cal ceramics. Develop fundamental skills to foster artistic growth.
ART-163      PHOTOGRAPHY III, 3 CREDITS                                                                  ART-252-01 208897 AC123              TTH   9-11:50AM
Continuation of the exploration of camera operation and darkroom                                          BRODNICKI                           $222  $15      $45               $282
processes in developing and printing film. Elements of composition,                                      ART-252-02 208898 AC123              TTH   2-4:50PM
content, and historical reference will be explored.                                                       MCFADDEN                            $222  $15      $45               $282
             ART-163-01      208886 AC108        MW        12-2:50PM                                     ART-252-03 208899 AC123              TTH   6-8:50PM
              ELIOT                              $222      $15      $75             $312                  MCFADDEN                            $222  $15      $45               $282
              Required: 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls. Recommended:         ART-255      CERAMICS/INTERMEDIATE,              3 CREDITS
              Pass ART-162 or instructor consent.                                           Further develop skills and ideas to foster artistic growth. Explore
             ART-163-02      208887 AC108        MW        3-5:50PM                         working with clay: pinching, coiling and slab construction, and
              ELIOT                              $222      $15      $75             $312    throwing on the wheel. Continue to learn about glazing and firing.
              Required: 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls. Recommended:         Research contemporary and historical ceramics.
              Pass ART-162 or instructor consent.                                                        ART-255-01 208900 AC123              TTH       9-11:50AM
ART-194      WATERCOLOR PAINTING, 3 CREDITS                                                               BRODNICKI                           $222      $15      $45           $282
A beginning level study and practice course focused on individual                                         Prerequisites: Pass ART-250, ART-251 & ART-252 or instructor consent.
exploration in technique and application of watercolor painting.                                         ART-255-02 208901 AC123              TTH       2-4:50PM
Skill development in: preparation, creative expression, and presenta-                                     MCFADDEN                            $222      $15      $45           $282
tion with the transparent medium of watercolor.                                                           Prerequisites: Pass ART-250, ART-251 & ART-252 or instructor consent.
             ART-194-01      208888 AC108        WF        9-11:50AM                                     ART-255-03 208902 AC123              TTH       6-8:50PM
              WHITTEN                            $222      $15      $45             $282                  MCFADDEN                            $222      $15      $45           $282
                                                                                                          Prerequisites: Pass ART-250, ART-251 & ART-252 or instructor consent.
                                                                                            ART-262      DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY & IMAGING, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                            Introduces concepts, techniques, practices, aesthetics and ethics of
                                                                                            photographic imaging and image-making with digital technology.
                                                                                                         ART-262-01      208904 AC121         TTH       9-11:50AM
                                                                                                          DREGER                              $222      $15      $45           $282
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-121 or instructor consent.
                                                                                                          Section offered in Mac format.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total


                 Art, continued                                                                             DMC-107 ANIMATION & MOTION GRAPHICS II, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                            Continuation of the practice of motion graphics design. This
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                 ART-277      WELDING: METAL SCULPTURE, 2 CREDITS                                           project-based course advances the concepts and practices covered
                 Examines basic issues of historical and contemporary visual art                            in ART-106/DMC-106 with a particular focus on visual effects and
                 while providing practical hands-on experience in the craft and                             compositing techniques, as well as intermediate layer handling and
                 process of welding, metal fabrication, and casting. Emphasis will be                       workflow enhancement. Traditional and experimental animation
                 placed on the development and completion of individual student                             techniques will be explored.
                 projects which utilize the tools and processes of manipulating metal.                                   DMC-107-01 208918 AC121             TTH       1-3:50PM
                              ART-277-01 208905 AC122             MW           3-4:50PM                                   WASSON                             $222      $15      $90          $327
                                                                                                                          Recommended: Previous experience with computer graphics and digital
                               SIMMONS                            $148         $10      $75         $233
                                                                                                                          video. Section offered in MAC format.
                 ART-280      ART/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 Cooperative Work Experience. Provides students with on-the-job                             DMC-108 ANIMATION/MOTION GRAPHICS III, 3 CREDITS
                 work experience in the field of art.                                                       Introduces students to advanced animation and motion graphics
                                                                                                            techniques with particular focus on portfolio development and pro-
                              ART-280-01      208907 JOBSITE
                                                                                                            fessional workflow scenarios. Advanced layer handling, 3D camera
                               TRUE                               $444         $30     $15         $489V    and light techniques, narrative development and rendering will be
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                                            explored. Advanced theoretical, historical and technical aspects of
                 ART-283      PAINTING/BEGINNING, 4 CREDITS                                                 animation will be discussed.
                 Introduces basic painting tools, materials, techniques, and elements                                    DMC-108-01 208919 AC121             TTH       1-3:50PM
                 of composition, color, gesture, and value. Direct observation of real-                                   WASSON                             $222      $15      $90          $327
                 ity in relation to volume and form on a two-dimensional plane. As-                                       Recommended: Previous experience with computer graphics and digital
                 signments include paintings, readings and critique of projects.                                          video. Section offered in MAC format.
                              ART-283-01 208912 AC102            TTH    1-3:50PM                            DMC-190 DMC PORTFOLIO PROJECT I, 4 CREDITS
                               ANDERSEN                          $296   $20      $60                $376    The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to
                              ART-283-02 209575 AC102            F      9-2:50PM                            combine their skills, knowledge, and special interests in the plan-
                               ANDERSON                          $296   $20      $60                $376    ning, production, and presentation of an original finished product
                 ART-286      PAINTING/INTERMEDIATE,            4 CREDITS                                   representative of any one of the focus areas included in the Digital
                 Utilizes advanced painting concepts, material, and techniques with                         Multimedia Communications Program.
                 emphasis on composition, color, gesture, and value. Problems deal                                       DMC-190-01 209167 M206              TBA       TBA
                 with observation of reality in relation to volume and form on a two-                                     FLOWERS                            $296      $20        $90        $406
                 dimensional plane. Assignments include paintings, readings and                                           Recommended: Pass WR-090 or placement in WR-095. Contact: jackief@
                 critique of projects.                                                                                    clackamas.edu
                              ART-286-01 208913 AC102             TTH          1-3:50PM                     DMC-191 DMC PORTFOLIO PROJECT II, 4 CREDITS
                               ANDERSEN                           $296         $20      $60         $376    The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to
                              ART-286-02 209576 AC102             F            9-2:50PM                     combine their skills, knowledge, and special interests in the revision,
                               ANDERSON                           $296         $20      $60         $376    refinement, and further development of an original finished product
                 ART-293      SCULPTURE, 4 CREDITS                                                          representative of any one of the focus areas included in the Digital
                 Introduces metal fabricating, welding, and metal casting. Focus on                         Multimedia Communications Program, and to collaborate with
                 mixed media and visual communication. Concepts of aesthetics in                            peers in the process of integrating their work with one additional
                 formal composition will be explored through projects, lectures, and                        DMC focus area.
                 critiques. Historical reference will be examined.                                                       DMC-191-01 209169 M206              TBA       TBA
                         ART-293-01 208914 AC122 MW    1-3:50PM                                                           FLOWERS                            $296      $20        $90        $406
                          SIMMONS                $296  $20      $60                                 $376                  Prerequisite: Pass DMC-190. Contact: jackief@clackamas.edu
                 DMC-100 INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA ARTS, 3 CREDITS                                              DMC-192 DMC PORTFOLIO PROJECT III, 4 CREDITS
                 Presents an overview of career opportunities in the media industry.                        The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to
                 Introduces basic principles common to success in the media indus-                          combine their skills, knowledge, and special interests in the produc-
                 try, the common media industry entrance strategies and the history                         tion and production management of an original portfolio project
                 of the industry from film to online media. In addition this course                         that reflects full integration of DMC focus areas.
                 will cover basic theories behind what shapes and drives the media                                       DMC-192-01 209170 M206              TBA       TBA
                 industry.                                                                                                FLOWERS                            $296      $20        $90        $406
                         DMC-100-01 208435 M202    MW     12-1:20PM                                                       Prerequisite: Pass DMC-191. Contact: jackief@clackamas.edu
                          MINGO                    $222   $15      $90                              $327    DMC-242 FIELD RECORDING & SOUND DESIGN, 1 CREDIT
                 DMC-104 DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING, 4 CREDITS                                                   Offers students interested in recording and sweetening audio for
                 Students will utilize video editing skills, including logging and cap-                     film and opportunity to work with student film crews during the
                 turing raw video, assembly of shots on a timeline, and the use of                          shooting and editing process.
                 effects in the creation of a final video sequence.                                                      DMC-242-01 208920 N216              F         6-8:50PM
                              DMC-104-01 208917 AC121             TTH          6-8:50PM                                                    N216              S         9-4:50PM
                               STAFF                              $296         $20      $90         $406                  ROSE                               $74       $5       $90          $169
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                          Meets: 5/20 & 5/21. Corequisite: DMC-205.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


            22   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition     Fee      Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


DMC-265 ADVANCED DIGITAL FILMMAKING, 4 CREDITS                                              AM-224       COMFORT SYSTEMS, 4 CREDITS
Applies filmmaking skills to the production of a short film from a                          Covers design, construction, testing, maintenance, and repair of au-




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written script.                                                                             tomotive heating and air conditioning systems.
             DMC-265-01 208921 M125               TTH         9-11:20AM                                  AM-224-01 209119 B109 TH      7:30-3:50PM
              MINGO                               $296        $20      $90          $406                  LOCKWOOD             $296    $20       $60                             $376
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or               AM-228       SERVICE SHOP MANAGEMENT, 4 CREDITS
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass DMC-264 or instructor consent.        Designed to familiarize students with the responsibilities of the parts
DMC-280 DMC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                               manager, service manager and service writer.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                        AM-228-01 209120 P101  T      6-9:50PM
media studies.                                                                                            LOCKWOOD              $296   $20      $60    $376
             DMC-280-01 208922 JOBSITE                                                      AM-244       ADVANCED ELECTRICAL & FUEL SYSTEMS, 7 CREDITS
              MINGO                               $444        $30      $15        $489V     A continuation of AM-129 and AM-243. In-depth study of systems
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                 that affect engine performance and information on computerized
                                                                                            diagnostic equipment, including diagnosis and repair of accessory
Automotive Service Technology                                                               and restraint systems.
Must have ANSI approved eye protection first day and comply with college                                 AM-244-01       209121 B114           WTH        7:30-2:50PM
safety policy.                                                                                            LEUCK                                $518       $35       $105         $658
                                                                                                          Prerequisites: AM-129 & AM-243.
AM-106       FIX YOUR OWN CAR, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                            AM-250       HIGH PERFORMANCE ENGINES I, 3 CREDITS
For non-automotive majors who want to work on their own cars.                               First in a series designed to develop a solid foundation in the his-
Includes minor services, such as oil change, lubrication, fluid check,                      tory and operation of internal combustion engines. Includes per-
brakes, cooling system, and other quick services.                                           formance requirements for engines designed to operate in specific
             AM-106-01  209103 B109   TH     6:15-9:50PM                                    environments - street, high performance and racing.
              POSCHWATTA              $148   $10       $30                          $188
                                                                                                         AM-250-01 209577 B109  MT    7-9:50PM
AM-121       GENERAL AUTO REPAIR I, 3 CREDITS                                                             USHER                 $222  $15      $45                               $282
Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live                       AM-280       AUTO MECHANICS/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring and                           Work-based learning experience in the field of auto mechanics.
fasteners. For first term automotive students.
                                                                                                         AM-280-01  209123 JOBSITE
             AM-121-01  209106 B109               F           7:30-2:50PM
                                                                                                          LEUCK/LOCKWOOD                       $444       $30         $15       $489V
              LEUCK/LOCKWOOD                      $222        $15       $45         $282                  Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
              Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of AM-129,

AM-122
              AM-130, AM-131, AM-133, AM-224 or AM-235.
             GENERAL AUTO REPAIR II, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                            Business
Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live                       BA-101       INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS, 4 CREDITS
repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring and                           Introduction to the American business system including business
fasteners. For second term automotive students.                                             organization, accounting, finance, marketing, and management.
             AM-122-01  209109 B109               F           7:30-2:50PM                                BA-101-01       207261 M229           MW         8-9:50AM
              LEUCK/LOCKWOOD/COOK                 $222        $15       $45         $282                  HATFIELD                             $296       $20      $0            $316
              Prerequisite: AM-121.                                                                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
AM-123       GENERAL AUTO REPAIR III, 3 CREDITS                                                          BA-101-02       207262 M229           MW         10-11:50AM
Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live                                     HATFIELD                             $296       $20      $0            $316
repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring and                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
fasteners. For third term automotive students.                                                           BA-101-03   207263 M229               TTH        10-11:50AM
             AM-123-01  209110 B109               F           7:30-2:50PM                                 EICHENBERGER                         $296       $20      $0            $316
              LEUCK/LOCKWOOD                      $222        $15       $45         $282                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Prerequisite: AM-122.                                                                      BA-101-04   207264 M229               TTH        1-2:50PM
AM-131       CHASSIS SYSTEMS, 7 CREDITS                                                                   EICHENBERGER                         $296       $20      $0            $316
                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
A theory and lab course covering design, construction, service and
repair of front and rear suspension systems, steering systems, tire                                      BA-101-05       207265 ONLINE
balance and most phases of alignment rack.                                                                HARTMAN                              $296       $20         $40        $356
                                                                                                          Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: gretah@
             AM-131-01 209112 B109 MT       7:30-2:50PM
                                                                                                          clackamas.edu or 503-594-3691. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              COOK                 $518     $35       $105                          $658                  ment in RD-115.
AM-175       ADVANCED MECHANIC STUDIES I, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                            BA-103       BUSINESS STRATEGIES FOR COMPUTER CONSULTANTS,
For currently enrolled automotive students wishing to specialize in                                      3 CREDITS
specific areas of automotive repair.                                                        Class introduces the procedures for establishing and developing a
             AM-175-01 209113 B161                TBA         7:30-2:50PM                   successful consulting business in computer related services includ-
              LOCKWOOD                            $222        $15       $45         $282    ing web development, network support, and computer support.
              Required: Instructor consent.
                                                                                                         BA-103-30       207724 ONLINE
AM-185       ADVANCED MECHANIC STUDIES II, 3 CREDITS                                                      EATON                                $222       $15         $35        $272
For currently enrolled automotive students wishing to specialize in                                       Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: lene@
specific areas of automotive repair.                                                                      clackamas.edu or 503-594-3138.
             AM-185-01 209117 B161                TBA         7:30-2:50PM
              LOCKWOOD                            $222        $15       $45         $282
              Required: Instructor consent.
AM-195       ADVANCED MECHANIC STUDIES III, 3 CREDITS
For currently enrolled automotive students wishing to specialize in
specific areas of automotive repair.
             AM-195-01 209118 B161                TBA         7:30-2:50PM
              LOCKWOOD                            $222        $15       $45         $282
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                                                                                             Continued

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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.     Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                                Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
                                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total


                 Business, continued                                                                                           BA-131-03       207280 M132            T         6-9:50PM
                                                                                                                                MEYERS                                $296      $20      $20           $336
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                                                                                                                                Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                 BA-104         BUSINESS MATH, 3 CREDITS                                                                        BT-120 or instructor consent.
                 Math skills applicable to the business environment. Mark-up, mark-
                 down, simple interest, present value, stocks, bonds, mutuals, and                                             BA-131-04       207281 ONLINE
                 credit cards. Introduces accounting topics such as depreciation, fi-                                           PATRICK                               $296      $20         $40        $356
                                                                                                                                Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: tanyap@
                 nancial statements, and ratios.                                                                                                                                                                 B
                                                                                                                                clackamas.edu or 503-594-3076. Student must have the following equip-
                                BA-104-01       207266 ONLINE                                                                   ment and software: personal computer with MS Windows XP operating
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 C
                                 GREENE                               $222       $15         $40        $277                    system, MS Office 2007 Professional, internet account including email, and       o
                                 Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: shannong@                         access to WWW (DSL or cable connection recommended). Recommended:                s
                                 clackamas.edu or 503-594-3680. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-050 or place into                        Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass BT-120 or instruc-        n
                                 higher level math class.                                                                       tor consent.
                 BA-111         GENERAL ACCOUNTING I, 4 CREDITS                                                                BA-131-05       207282 ONLINE
                 Bookkeeping and accounting systems with procedures emphasized.                                                 PHILLIPS                              $296      $20         $40        $356
                 Accounting cycle, general and special journals, subsidiary ledgers,                                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: aprilp@
                 accounting for cash, and end-of-period operations.                                                             clackamas.edu or 503-594-3803. Student must have the following equip-
                                BA-111-01       207267 M229           T          6-9:50PM                                       ment and software: personal computer with MS Windows XP operating                B
                                 GREENE                               $296       $20      $5            $321                    system, MS Office 2007 Professional, internet account including email, and       B
                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                               access to WWW (DSL or cable connection recommended). Recommended:                c
                                                                                                                                Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass BT-120 or instruc-        e
                                BA-111-02       207268 ONLINE
                                                                                                                                tor consent.                                                                     p
                                 GREENE                               $296       $20         $40        $356
                                 Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: shannong@           BA-146       ENTERTAINMENT LAW & NEW MEDIA, 3 CREDITS
                                 clackamas.edu or 503-594-3680. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                The basic elements of copyright law and licesning as it applies to
                                 ment in RD-115.                                                                  artists, songwriters, composers, film makers, and New Media Artists.
                 BA-124         NEGOTIATION: PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS                                        How to protect your intellectual property and benefit from your
                 Approaches negotiation from both theoretical and practical perspec-                              rights as a copyright owner.
                 tives. Students engage in one-on-one and team negotiation role                                                BA-146-01       207785 ONLINE
                 plays and complete both pre- and post-negotiation analyses to opti-                                            MOISO                                 $222      $15         $40        $277
                 mize negotiation outcomes. Ethical perspectives in negotiation are                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: mmoiso@
                 emphasized.                                                                                                    clackamas.edu or 503-594-3770.
                 HYB            BA-124-01   207276 M229               TH         6:30-9:20PM                      BA-162       PROCUREMENT FOR MANAGERS, 3 CREDITS
                                 CHRISTENSEN                          $222       $15       $0           $237      Addresses the manager’s role in procurement including selection of
                                 Hybrid. Meets: 3/31, 4/7, 4/14, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/26, & 6/2 plus online         contract types, corporate team agreements, proposal solicitation,                              B
                                 hours. Orientation: 3/31, 6:30-7:50 pm. Contact: kathc@clackamas.edu or          source selection, contract awards, contract administration, and                                P
                                 503-594-3072.                                                                    close-out of project procurements.                                                             c
                 BA-126         PROJECT MANAGEMENT: WORKSHOP, 3 CREDITS                                                        BA-162-01   207288 ONLINE                                                         t
                 In teams, students will manage an interactive, simulated project,                                              CHRISTENSEN                           $222      $15         $40        $277      p
                 addressing topics in the progression of managing the project. As a                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kathc@
                 final outcome, student teams will submit a report summarizing the                                              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3072.
                 project experience to be included in the student portfolio.                                      BA-199       IFRS STANDARDS, 1 CREDIT
                 HYB            BA-126-01    207277 M229              TH         6:30-9:20PM                      This course explains the what, how, when, and why of the IFRS
                                 S. PHILLIPS                          $222       $15       $0           $237      (Internal Financial Reporting Standards) which will be fully imple-
                                 Hybrid. Meets: 3/31, 4/21, 5/19, & 6/9 plus online hours. Orientation: 3/31,     mented in the U.S. by 2014. While the requirements are not locked
                                 8:00-9:20 pm. Contact: sherylp@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3804.                    in at this point (and are still evolving) students graduating or trans-
                                 Prerequisite: Pass BA-120, BA-125, & BT-177.                                     ferring in accounting majors must be aware of, understand, and be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 B
                 BA-130         LEADERSHIP IN LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS                                               able to discuss the IFRS standards and how they will affect small,
                 This course examines the nature of leadership by analyzing char-                                 medium, and large business financial accounting reports.                                       A
                 acters in major literary works who are themselves leaders. Students                              HYB          BA-199-01       207770 M253            TH        9-9:50AM                         g
                 will read and analyze texts, discuss character motivation, and deter-                                          RYAN                                  $74       $5       $0              $79     fl
                 mine an alternate resolution if possible. Students will discover the                                           Hybrid. Meets every Thursday plus online hours. Contact: joanr@                  c
                 connection between the lives of the characters in the texts and the                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3077.
                 leaders in their own lives and within themselves.                                                             BA-199-02       207771 ONLINE
                                BA-130-01 207787 RR209 TTH   1-2:50PM                                                           RYAN                                  $74       $5          $35        $114
                                 WATERS                $296  $20      $0    $316                                                Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: joanr@
                                                                                                                                clackamas.edu or 503-594-3077.
                 BA-131         INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS
                 Use and application of Microsoft Office. Use Word, Excel, Access,                                BA-205       SOLVING COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS WITH
                 and PowerPoint to create business documents. Internet features,                                               TECHNOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                 multi-tasking, and file management. Designed for business majors.                                Practical application of the skills and technology needed to commu-
                                BA-131-01       207278 M132           MW         10-11:50AM                       nicate effectively in a business environment.
                                 PARKER                               $296       $20      $20           $336      HYB          BA-205-01   207291 M253                W         6-9:50PM
                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                            CHRISTENSEN                           $296      $20      $10           $326      B
                                 BT-120 or instructor consent.                                                                  Hybrid. Meets: 3/30, 4/6, 4/20, 5/4, 5/18, & 6/1 plus online hours. Contact:
                                                                                                                                kathc@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3072. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 B
                                BA-131-02       207279 M132           TTH        10-11:50AM                                                                                                                      c
                                                                                                                                placement in RD-115. Prerequisites: Pass BA-131 & WR-121.
                                 GREENE                               $296       $20      $20           $336                                                                                                     H
                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                                 BT-120 or instructor consent.

                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville             Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus           14.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                       location                        HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                           see page 16.


            24   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                          Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
              Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


             BA-205-02       207292 ONLINE                                                     BA-218       PERSONAL FINANCE, 3 CREDITS
              BABIN                                $296       $20         $40        $356      An analysis and personal application of basic principles in budget-




                                                                                                                                                                                             Course Listing
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: moniqueb@           ing, financial decision-making, use of credit, savings and investing,
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3567. Required: Access to MS Office 2007                home ownership, risk management, estate planning, and other ma-
              Professional. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                   jor personal finance topics.
              Prerequisites: Pass BA-131 & WR-121.                                                          BA-218-01       207308 M252            MW        1-2:20PM
BA-206       MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS, 4 CREDITS                                                              PARKER                                $222      $15      $0            $237
Concepts and theories of management with focus on planning,                                                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling. Organizational                                             MTH-020 or higher, or pass BA-104.
structures, planning principles, and international management tech-                                         BA-218-02       207309 ONLINE
niques.                                                                                                      PARKER                                $222      $15         $40        $277
             BA-206-01       207293 ONLINE                                                                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: sharonp@
              PARKER                               $296       $20         $40        $356                    clackamas.edu or 503-594-3075. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: sharonp@                          ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 or higher, or pass BA-104.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3075. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                BA-223       PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING, 4 CREDITS
              ment in RD-115.                                                                  Survey and application of marketing principles and vocabulary in
BA-211       FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I, 4 CREDITS                                                 profit and non-profit organizations. Product planning, distribution,
Basic principles of accounting cycle for service and merchandising                             promotion, price, and customer service are analyzed and applied.
companies, journals, ledgers, accounting for cash, end-of-period op-                                        BA-223-01       207310 ONLINE
erations, worksheets, entries, and financial statements. Emphasis on                                         HATFIELD                              $296      $20         $40        $356
procedure and theory.                                                                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: daleh@
             BA-211-01       207295 M252           MW         8-9:50AM                                       clackamas.edu or 503-594-3074. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              SALAZAR                              $296       $20      $5            $321                    ment in RD-115.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                 BA-224       HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 4 CREDITS
             BA-211-02       207296 M229           TTH        8-9:50AM                         Traditional, current, and emerging personnel practices. Practical and
              SALAZAR                              $296       $20      $5            $321      realistic approach to human resource management, employee wel-
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                 fare, working conditions, selection and placement, personnel func-
             BA-211-03       207297 ONLINE                                                     tions, and the responsibilities of the personnel director.
              RYAN                                 $296       $20         $40        $356      HYB          BA-224-01       207311 M253            T         8-9:50AM
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: joanr@                            WATERS                                $296      $20      $0            $316
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3077. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                              Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: billw@
              ment in RD-115.                                                                                clackamas.edu or 503-594-3079. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                                                                                                             ment in RD-115.
BA-212       FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II, 4 CREDITS
Principles and practices in service and merchandising corporations,                            BA-225       BUSINESS REPORT WRITING, 3 CREDITS
cash controls, receivables, assets, short-term and long-term liabili-                          Focuses on the skills and techniques required to write and produce
ties, debt, and financial statements. Corporate analysis of financial                          professional business reports, including research, writing, format-
position including the cash flow statement.                                                    ting, and presentation.
             BA-212-01       207298 M252           MW         10-11:50AM                       HYB          BA-225-01    207312 M252               M         6:30-9:20PM
              SALAZAR                              $296       $20      $5            $321                    A. PHILLIPS                           $222      $15       $10          $247
              Prerequisite: Pass BA-211.                                                                     Hybrid. Meets: 3/28, 4/4, 4/18, 5/2, 5/16, & 6/6 plus online hours. Contact:
                                                                                                             aprilp@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3803. Prerequisites: Pass WR-121 &
             BA-212-02       207299 ONLINE
                                                                                                             pass BA-205 or instructor consent.
              RYAN                                 $296       $20         $40        $356
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: joanr@              BA-226       BUSINESS LAW I, 4 CREDITS
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3077. Prerequisite: Pass BA-211.                        Concepts, principles, and rules of law applicable to business transac-
BA-213       DECISION MAKING WITH ACCOUNTING INFORMATION,
                                                                                               tions. Emphasis on constitution, courts, business crimes, torts, and
             4 CREDITS                                                                         consumer contract law.
Accounting for manufacturing operations, cost systems, capital bud-                                         BA-226-01       207315 M253            MW        10-11:50AM
geting, variances and budget performance reports, job order, process,                                        RYAN                                  $296      $20      $0            $316
flow, and standard costing. Presentation and interpretation of ac-                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
counting data to aid decisions.                                                                             BA-226-02       207316 M253            TTH       10-11:50AM
             BA-213-01       207301 M254           TTH        10-11:50AM                                     RYAN                                  $296      $20      $0            $316
              SALAZAR                              $296       $20      $5            $321                    Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Prerequisite: Pass BA-212.                                                                    BA-226-03       207317 ONLINE
             BA-213-02       207302 M229           M          6-9:50PM                                       HERNDON                               $296      $20         $40        $356
              LEONG                                $296       $20      $5            $321                    Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: rherndon@
              Prerequisite: Pass BA-212.                                                                     clackamas.edu or 503-594-3698. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
             BA-213-03       207303 ONLINE                                                                   ment in RD-115.
              RYAN                                 $296       $20         $40        $356      BA-228       COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING, 3 CREDITS
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: joanr@              This course provides the student with an introductory hands-on
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3077. Prerequisite: Pass BA-212.                        experience to learn how computers are used for accounting applica-
BA-217       BUDGETING FOR MANAGERS, 3 CREDITS                                                 tions using a Windows operating system environment.
Budgeting vocabulary, finance, record keeping, cash management,                                             BA-228-01       207792 M132            TH        6-8:50PM
cash budgeting, and capital budgeting.                                                                       FRANK                                 $222      $15      $20           $257
                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Pass BA-111 or pass BA-211.
HYB          BA-217-01       207307 M253           T          6-8:50PM
              DION                                 $222       $15      $0            $237
              Hybrid. Meets: 3/29, 4/5, 4/19, 5/3, 5/17, & 5/31 plus online hours. Contact:
              mdion@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3593. Recommended that students pass
              BA-111 or BA-211 or have experience in accounting or work-related
              budgeting. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.


                                                                                                                                                                            Continued

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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                                 Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                            Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                            Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee       Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


                 Business, continued                                                                              BA-268       APPLIED PROJECT DEMONSTRATION, 6 CREDITS
                                                                                                                  This course emphasizes the demonstration of practical project man-
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                 BA-229       EMPLOYMENT LAW, 4 CREDITS                                                           agement skills, including the scope, control and analysis of profes-
                 Offers comprehensive treatment of personnel law and seeks to                                     sional field applications with an organization, vendor or service pro-
                 bridge the gap between law and human relations management.                                       vider. Students will prepare and submit evidence of skill application
                                                                                                                  in a planned and monitored project environment.
                              BA-229-01       207319 ONLINE
                               MOISO                                $296       $20         $40        $356                     BA-268-01   207332 ONLINE
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: mmoiso@                             CHRISTENSEN                          $444      $30         $40         $514
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3770. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                                Online. Orientation: http:/depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kathc@
                               ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass BA-224.                                                       lackamas.edu or 503-594-3072. Required: Instructor consent.
                 BA-238       SALES, 4 CREDITS                                                                    BA-280       BUSINESS/CWE, 3-6V CREDITS
                 Focus on professional selling principles and techniques as applied                               Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in a business
                 both in business and interpersonal settings.                                                     related to the student’s major course of study. Under supervision of
                              BA-238-01       207320 M252           TTH        10-11:50AM                         instructor and employer.
                               HATFIELD                             $296       $20      $0            $316                     BA-280-01  207333 JOBSITE
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                                 MIDDENDORFF                          $444      $30         $15        $489V
                                                                                                                                Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Contact: carolm@
                              BA-238-02   207797 M253               TH         6-9:50PM                                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-6040.
                               EICHENBERGER                         $296       $20      $0            $316
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                   BA-285       HUMAN RELATIONS IN BUSINESS, 4 CREDITS
                 BA-249       RETAILING, 3 CREDITS                                                                Basic psychology and human relations techniques in building better
                 Provides an understanding of the types of businesses, strategies, op-                            employer/employee relationships. Interpersonal relations both on
                 erations, formats, and environments through which retailing is car-                              the job and in everyday life.
                 ried out. Takes a multi-disciplinary approach to consider the process                                         BA-285-01   207339 M252               TTH       1-2:50PM
                 and structure of retailing.                                                                                    CHRISTENSEN                          $296      $20      $0             $316
                              BA-249-01       207322 ONLINE                                                                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                               EDWARDS                              $222       $15         $40        $277                     BA-285-02   207340 ONLINE
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: karen.edwards@                      CHRISTENSEN                          $296      $20         $40         $356
                               chemeketa.edu or 503-399-3996. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                                Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kathc@
                               ment in RD-115.                                                                                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3072. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                                                                                                                                ment in RD-115.
                 BA-251       SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS
                 Role and responsibilities of the first-line supervisor or manager.
                 Analyzing business, dealing with change, staffing and scheduling,                                Business Development Center
                 leadership, decision-making and motivational skills, and managing                                Registration for these workshops does not require college admission. Use
                 teams.                                                                                           Quick Entry Registration Form, or e-mail bizcenter@clackamas.edu for online
                              BA-251-01       207328 ONLINE                                                       registration instructions.
                               HARTMAN                              $222       $15         $40        $277
                               Online. Orientation: http//depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: gretah@                For more information on these classes or other questions regarding your
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3691. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                  small business needs, contact the Business Development Center at
                               ment in RD-115.                                                                    503-594-0738. Website: www.bizcenter.org/clackamas
                 BA-254       BASIC COMPENSATION & BENEFITS, 4 CREDITS                                            SBM-006      GOING INTO BUSINESS, 0 CREDIT
                 Focuses on the importance of employees as a key element of stra-                                 Find out what it takes to start up and successfully operate your own
                 tegic compensation/benefit programs and emphasizes general                                       business. Assess whether business ownership is the right path for
                 compensation topics, terminology, and practical applications to the                              you.
                 workplace.                                                                                       ✔	           SBM-006-01 208083 OIT157              TH        6:30-9:20PM
                              BA-254-01       207329 ONLINE                                                                     WILLE                                $0        $0        $0              $0
                               CLIFFORD                             $296       $20         $40        $356                      Meets: 4/14, 5/12 or 6/9. Call 503-594-0738 or e-mail bizcenter@
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: tiffandjoe@                         clackamas.edu to reserve a place in one of these free classes.
                               web-ster.com or 503-594-3071.                                                                    At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 BA-261       CONSUMER BEHAVIOR, 4 CREDITS                                                        SBM-006      TRADE SHOW & EVENT MARKETING, 0 CREDIT
                 Consumer behavior and its application to marketing strategies. Con-                              There’s more to a trade show than showing up! Trade show and
                 cepts and models of the consumer decision-making process, person-                                event marketing has become a staple of the business world’s market-
                 al and interpersonal factors and their impact on consumer decisions.                             ing activities. Find out about pre-show/event planning, what to do
                              BA-261-01       207330 M252           TTH        8-9:50AM                           at the show and afterwards, and why exhibitors fail.
                               HATFIELD                             $296       $20      $0            $316        ✔	           SBM-006-10 208086 OIT157              TH        6:30-9:20PM
                               Prerequisite: Pass BA-101.                                                                       SELBY                                $0        $0        $30            $30
                              BA-261-02       207331 ONLINE                                                                     Meets: 5/19. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                               HATFIELD                             $296       $20         $40        $356        SBM-006      CUSTOMER SERVICE, 0 CREDIT
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: daleh@                Customer service is a powerful competitive tool which can be used
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3074. Prerequisite: Pass BA-101.                          to create stronger market position and increase sales through cus-
                                                                                                                  tomer retention and referral. Overview of customer-driven quality,
                                                                                                                  measuring customer satisfaction and the cost of customer dissatis-
                                                                                                                  faction.
                                                                                                                  ✔	           SBM-006-14 208087 OIT157              TH        2-3:50PM
                                                                                                                                SHEA                                 $0        $0       $20             $20
                                                                                                                                Meets: 4/28. At CCC Harmony Campus.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                  V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                       cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                              NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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                                                                                                                                                       Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day        Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                            Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total


SBM-006      HIGH IMPACT MARKETING, 0 CREDIT                                                SBM-006      QUICKBOOKS BASIC PAYROLL, 0 CREDIT
Fast-paced class surveying variety of businesses and how they                               This introductory class is intended for people who want basic infor-




                                                                                                                                                                                            Course Listing
increased revenue through effective marketing. Emphasis on dif-                             mation on how to set up and manage payroll for a small business.
ferentiating your product/service from the competition while on a                           Each student will use an established set of “company books” and
tight budget. Leave with a proven process for developing your own                           will set up company payroll information, produce paychecks and
unique marketing strategy.                                                                  complete monthly federal and state employee reports.
✔	           SBM-006-15 208088 OIT157              TH        6:30-9:20PM                    ✔	           SBM-006-25 208097 OIT154               S          9-3:50PM
              WILLE                                $0        $0        $30           $30                  WEESNER                               $0         $0       $75             $75
              Meets: 3/31. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                         Meets: 4/30. Required: Familiarity with computers and QuickBooks knowl-
SBM-006      MORE PROFIT? MORE SALES!, 0 CREDIT                                                           edge/experience. At CCC Harmony Campus.
How do you increase sales when selling is something you have never                          SBM-006      PREPARING FOR THE CCB EXAM, 0 CREDIT
done before? This class covers the basics, from identifying your mar-                       This class will prepare students to qualify for and successfully pass
ket, to low-cost sales techniques, to building and sustaining your                          the Construction Contractors Board (CCB) exam required for con-
own unique sales process.                                                                   tractor certification in Oregon. The class is taught by a certified CCB
✔	           SBM-006-16 208089 OIT157              TH        6:30-9:20PM                    education provider and fulfills the CCB pre-exam educational
              WILLE                                $0        $0        $30           $30    requirement. Fee includes all course materials.
              Meets: 4/28. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                           ✔	           SBM-006-30 208098 OIT157               F          6:30-9:20PM
SBM-006      SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE, 0 CREDIT                                                                              OIT157               S          9-4:50PM
If you could benefit from a review of (or intro to), financial basics                                     VAN FLEET                             $0         $0        $325          $325
in a non-threatening atmosphere with other small business owners,                                         Meets: 4/8, 4/9 & 4/16. Fee includes course materials. At CCC Harmony
this class is for you. Topics include business planning, financial pro-                                   Campus.
jections and budgeting, cash flow, funding options.                                                      SBM-006-31 208099 OIT157               F          6:30-9:20PM
✔	           SBM-006-17 208090 OIT157              S         9-11:50AM                                                     OIT157               S          9-4:50PM
              POWELL                               $0        $0       $30            $30                  VAN FLEET                             $0         $0        $325          $325
              Meets: 4/23. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                         Meets: 5/13, 5/14 & 5/21. Fee includes course materials. At CCC Harmony
SBM-006      FINANCIAL DIAGNOSIS, 0 CREDIT                                                                Campus.
Find out how to unlock and understand the secrets that financial                            SBM-006      MARKETING YOUR ART, 0 CREDIT
statements can tell you about the financial health of your business.                        This mini-seminar is for artists who want to develop a marketing
Also find out how to generate financial projections, crucial informa-                       strategy, as well as share marketing ideas with fellow local artists.
tion for anyone seeking financing.                                                          ✔	           SBM-006-33 208100 OIT157               TH         4:30-6:20PM
✔	           SBM-006-18 208091 OIT157              S         10-12:50PM                                   LANSING                               $0         $0        $20            $20
              CARROLL                              $0        $0       $30            $30                  Meets: 3/31. Class size is limited to 10 for each session, allowing individual
              Meets: 5/7. Followup session by appointment. At CCC Harmony Campus.                         attention to each participant’s questions and concerns. At CCC Harmony
                                                                                                          Campus.
SBM-006      RECORDKEEPING & TAXES, 0 CREDIT
Find out basic recordkeeping and tax requirements for your busi-                            SBM-006      MAKE SEARCH ENGINES LOVE YOUR WEBSITE, 0 CREDIT
ness. Assess various options for tracking income and expenses; how                          Do you want to find out how the search engines rank your website?
to select accounting and tax professionals so you don’t have prob-                          Discover how you can get better search engine results for the search
lems with the IRS later. This class is recommended to prepare for                           terms that matter to you most.
QuickBooks training.                                                                        ✔	           SBM-006-39 208101 OIT157               TH         6:30-9:20PM
✔	           SBM-006-19 208092 OIT157              S         9-2:50PM                                     PATTON                                $0         $0        $30            $30
              WEESNER                              $0        $0       $35            $35                  Meets: 6/2. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              Meets: 3/26. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                           SBM-006      BLOGGING FOR BIZ W/ WORDPRESS, 0 CREDIT
SBM-006      WHICH BUSINESS ENTITY IS RIGHT FOR ME, 0 CREDIT                                Wordpress is an open-source (free) software system that provides
Do you understand how your business entity affects your personal                            unparalleled customization and functionality in developing a blog
taxes? In this class you will examine the differences between tax re-                       site. Small businesses may consider a blog-based site as their primary
quirements for Sole Proprietors, Partnership/LLCs, S-corporations &                         website, or a blog can be free online additional exposure. Blogs may
C-corporations.                                                                             be easily updated by site owners with no knowledge of website de-
✔	           SBM-006-20 208093 OIT157              S         9-12:50PM                      sign.
              WEESNER                              $0        $0       $30            $30    ✔	           SBM-006-40 208102 OIT154               W          6:30-9:20PM
              Meets: 6/4. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                          PATTON                                $0         $0        $60            $60
                                                                                                          Meets: 3/30 & 4/6. Familiarity with computers is required. At CCC Harmony
SBM-006      QUICKBOOKS PRO: BEGINNING, 0 CREDIT                                                          Campus.
Find out how to set up your books right the first time, using Quick-
Books Pro or Premier. If you are new to QuickBooks or have little                           SBM-006      GOOGLE ADWORDS FOR SMALL BIZ, 0 CREDIT
bookkeeping experience, this class will get you started. Topics in-                         Adwords is Google’s pay-per-click advertising system. Participants
clude how to navigate in QuickBooks, how to enter your sales and                            can place paid ads on Google search results and on the Google Net-
pay your bills.                                                                             work of content sites. Adwords can be an excellent way to actively
                                                                                            market a website on the Internet.
✔	           SBM-006-21 208094 OIT154              W         6-8:50PM
              WEESNER                              $0        $0       $120          $120    ✔	           SBM-006-41 208103 OIT154               W          6:30-9:20PM
              Meets: 4/20 - 5/11. Required: Proficiency with computers & Windows.                         PATTON                                $0         $0        $30            $30
              At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                                      Meets: 4/13. Familiarity with computers is required. At CCC Harmony
                                                                                                          Campus.
SBM-006      QUICKBOOKS PRO: NEXT STEP, 0 CREDIT
In this continuation QuickBooks Pro class, topics will include how                          SBM-006      GOOGLE ANALYTICS FOR SMALL BIZ, 0 CREDIT
to create and customize company forms and reports, do basic job                             Google Analytics is one of the most powerful website performance
costing, memorize transactions, reconcile bank and credit card state-                       systems available today. Web site owners gain access to an incredible
ments.                                                                                      volume of information about site visitors and their behavior.
✔	           SBM-006-22 208095 OIT154              W         6-8:50PM                       ✔	           SBM-006-43 208104 OIT154               W          6:30-9:20PM
              WEESNER                              $0        $0       $95            $95                  PATTON                                $0         $0        $30            $30
              Meets: 5/18 - 6/1. Required: Current enrollment in or successful                            Meets: 6/8. Familiarity with computers is required. At CCC Harmony
              completion of QuickBooks Pro: Beginning, or instructor consent.                             Campus.
              At CCC Harmony Campus.
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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
                               Instructor                            Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total



                 Business Technology                                                                            BT-161       WORD II, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                This is an intermediate level course where students learn more ad-
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                 BT-101       INTRODUCTION TO E-LEARNING, 1 CREDIT                                              vanced features of the Microsoft Word software program. This course
                 This is an introductory course for students who are new to web-                                is designed for students who have completed BT-160 Word I.
                 based, e-learning courses including courses which are web-assisted,                                         BT-161-01       207376 ONLINE
                 hybrid, or full-online. The course will include e-learning fundamen-                                         PATRICK                               $222      $15        $40         $277
                 tals including the use of e-learning course management software,                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: tanyap@
                 e-learning readiness and student success tips, support resources,                                            clackams.edu or 503-594-3076. Recommended: Pass BT-124 and 40 wpm
                 technical requirements, and online research basics.                                                          typing skill. Prerequisite: Pass BT-160.
                              BT-101-01       207357 ONLINE                                                     BT-172       INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT OUTLOOK, 2 CREDITS
                               BEINING                               $74       $5         $35           $114    Introductory course using Microsoft’s Outlook application as a tool
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: sbeining@           to send and receive email, organize schedules and events, and main-
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3223.                                                   tain contact lists, to-do lists, and notes. The material covered in this
                 BT-120       PERSONAL KEYBOARDING, 2 CREDITS                                                   course teaches the necessary skills required in those business envi-
                 Basic instruction on electronic alphanumeric keyboard. Provides                                ronments that use Outlook.
                 practice for speed and accuracy with individual program. Students                                           BT-172-01       207825 M132            MW        12-12:50PM
                 will develop the necessary skills to effectively use the Internet, use                                       PATRICK                               $148      $10      $10           $168
                 e-mail, and create simple documents.                                                                         Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in M133.
                              BT-120-01       207360 M130            MW        10-10:50AM                       BT-173       INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT POWERPOINT, 2 CREDITS
                               KESTEK                                $148      $10      $10             $168    Fundamentals in learning the basics of presentation concepts in-
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in M133.                                              cluding how to plan, develop, and give a presentation to present
                              BT-120-02       207361 M130            MW        11-11:50AM                       data and information using Microsoft’s presentation graphics pro-
                               KESTEK                                $148      $10      $10             $168    gram.
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in M133.                                                           BT-173-01       207379 ONLINE
                 BT-121       DATA ENTRY, 1 CREDIT                                                                            PATRICK                               $148      $10        $40         $198
                 Designed to teach the computer numeric keypad by touch with                                                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: tanyap@
                 speed and accuracy using industry standards for data entry. The skill                                        clackamas.edu or 503-594-3076. Prerequisite: BT-120 or instructor consent.
                 is especially helpful to people in the fields of data entry, account-                          BT-216       OFFICE PROCEDURES, 4 CREDITS
                 ing, office administration, insurance, banking and finance, and any                            Presents critical thinking, problem solving, and collaborative learn-
                 other work that requires numeric input.                                                        ing; skills and knowledge are applied to business office operations,
                              BT-121-01       207821 M130            M         10-10:50AM                       including communications, technology, records management, work
                               KESTEK                                $74       $5       $10              $89    environment, travel, mail, and career planning.
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in M133.                                                           BT-216-01       207383 ONLINE
                              BT-121-02 207822 M130  W       10-10:50AM                                                       SEAMAN                                $296      $20        $40         $356
                               KESTEK                $74     $5       $10                                $89                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: lynns@
                              BT-121-03 207823 M130  M       11-11:50AM                                                       clackamas.edu or 503-594-3495. Prerequisite: Pass BT-160.
                               KESTEK                $74     $5       $10                                $89    BT-262       INTEGRATED PROJECTS, 4 CREDITS
                              BT-121-04 207824 M130  W       11-11:50AM                                         Advanced level Microsoft Word uses desktop publishing attributes in
                               KESTEK                $74     $5       $10                                $89    creating business forms, such as letterhead, fill-in forms, templates,
                 BT-122       KEYBOARDING SKILLBUILDING, 2 CREDITS                                              brochures and flyers. Advanced formatting features and functions.
                 Designed to improve typing proficiency using microcomputers.                                   File management. Introduction to working with Acrobat forms and
                 Students will refine and further develop speed and accuracy skills                             documents.
                 learned in BT-120 Personal Keyboarding.                                                        HYB          BT-262-01       207385 M130            TH        6-8:50PM
                              BT-122-01       207369 M130            MW        10-10:50AM                                     PATRICK                               $296      $20      $20           $336
                               KESTEK                                $148      $10      $10             $168                  Hybrid. Meets: 3/31, 4/14, 4/28, 5/12, & 5/26 plus online hours. Contact:
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in M133. Prerequisite: Pass BT-120 or instructor                    tanyap@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3076. Recommended: 45 wpm typing
                               consent.                                                                                       skill. Prerequisite: Pass BT-161.
                              BT-122-02
                               KESTEK
                                              207370 M130            MW
                                                                     $148
                                                                               11-11:50AM
                                                                               $10      $10             $168    Career Planning
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in M133. Prerequisite: Pass BT-120 or instructor      HD-140       CAREER EXPLORATION, 3 CREDITS
                               consent.                                                                         Students use information about themselves (values, interests, per-
                 BT-125       BUSINESS EDITING II, 3 CREDITS                                                    sonality and skills) and information about the world of work (career
                 Course follows BT-124 and will continue to build communication                                 and industries) to make long term career decisions.
                 skills by studying correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, vocabu-                                          HD-140-01       209491 ONLINE
                 lary usage, and writing principles.                                                                          SIMS                                  $222      $15        $45         $282
                              BT-125-01       207371 ONLINE                                                                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: caseys@
                               PATRICK                               $222      $15        $40           $277                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3186.
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: tanyap@             HD-209       JOB SEARCH SKILLS, 1 CREDITS
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3076. Prerequisite: Pass BT-124 with a “C” or           Use a job search plan to conduct labor market research, develop job
                               better.                                                                          search networking relationships, and to prepare and present applica-
                                                                                                                tions, cover letters, resumÈs, interviews, and thank you notes.
                                                                                                                             HD-209-01       209508 M257            TH        3:30-5:50PM
                                                                                                                              SIMS                                  $74       $5        $15           $94
                                                                                                                              Meets: 4/28, 5/5, 5/12 & 5/19, a four week class.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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                                                                                                                                                    Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee        Total



Career Planning: Life & Career Options                                                    HD-100       COLLEGE SURVIVAL, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                          Covers various topics supporting student success and retention. May




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HD-202       LIFE TRANSITIONS, 3 CREDITS                                                  be repeated for credit.
Examines process and stages of life transitions. Helps re-entry adults                                 HD-100-02       209479 M257            W         11:30-12:20PM
identify personal strengths and barriers related to success in educa-                                   PACHECO                               $74       $5        $0                $79
tion and employment. Offers opportunities to practice interpersonal                                     Recommended for students with disabilities.
skills. Provides information about CCC campus and community re-
                                                                                          HD-101       SERVICE LEARNING EXPERIENCE I, 1 CREDIT
sources which can assist students in reaching their goals.
                                                                                          Provides students with service learning experience in a community
             HD-202-01       209506 M257           TH        9-11:50AM                    setting. Students complete 30 hours of volunteer work, and partici-
              DEVENNEY                             $0        $0       $25          $25    pate in seminars. Provides information, skill building, reflection,
              Corequisite: HD-208-01. Part of Life & Career Options.                      and assessment methods.
HD-208       CAREER AND LIFE PLANNING, 3 CREDITS                                                       HD-101-01       207735 CC152           TBA       TBA
Helps re-entry adults identify interests, abilities, values and trans-                                  BROWN                                 $0        $0           $0              $0
ferable skills and apply this information to goal setting and career                                    Required: Instructor consent. Contact: mindyb@clackamas.edu
decisions. Students identify and explore options for training, educa-                                   or 503-594-3041, at office CC153.
tion, and employment. Covers job search skills such as interviewing,                      HD-102       SERVICE LEARNING EXPERIENCE II, 1-4V CREDITS
resume writing, and developing a career portfolio. Each student de-                       Provides students with a service learning experience in a community
velops an action plan identifying goals and next steps.                                   setting. Students complete 60-180 hours per term of volunteer work,
             HD-208-01       209507 M257           T         9-11:50AM                    and participate in seminars. A continuation of HD-101.
              SIMS                                 $0        $0       $25          $25                 HD-102-01       207736 CC152           TBA       TBA
              Corequisite: HD-202-01. Part of Life & Career Options.
                                                                                                        BROWN                                 $0        $0           $0              $0

Clinical Lab Assistant                                                                                  Required: Instructor consent. Contact: mindyb@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                        or 503-594-3041, at office CC153. Recommended: Pass HD-101.
The CCC Clinical Laboratory Assistant program is a three-term program of                  HD-120       COLLEGE SUCCESS, 1 CREDIT
48 credits which prepares graduates for entry level practice in the labora-               Provides strategies for creating college success including understand-
tory setting.                                                                             ing self-management, increasing motivation, meaningful goal set-
CLA-103      CLINICAL LAB ASSISTANT SKILLS III, 4 CREDITS                                 ting, controlling personal time and energy, effective study habits,
Continuation of CLA-102. Focuses on clinical chemistry, immunol-                          use of on- and off-campus resources.
ogy, and microbiology.                                                                    ✔	           HD-120-01       209481 H310            F         6-8:50PM
✔	           CLA-103-01 208389 H320                TTH       1-2:20PM                                                         H310            S         9-4:50PM
                               H360                TTH       2:30-3:50PM                                TEETOR                                $74       $5       $0                 $79
                                                                                                        Meets: 5/20 & 5/21. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              WAND/GRANT                           $296      $20       $175       $491
              Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: Pass CLA-102. At CCC Harmony                 HD-120-02       209489 ONLINE
              Campus.                                                                                   MARTINEZ                              $74       $5           $35        $114
                                                                                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Class runs 4/18 - 5/2,
CLA-120      PHLEBOTOMY/LAB/PRACTICUM II, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                        a two week class. Contact: lupem@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3185.
Supervised unpaid assignment in area medical center laboratories to
gain practical experience.                                                                HD-121       COLLEGE SUCCESS EXPANDED, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                          Provides advanced strategies for creating college success including
✔	           CLA-120-01      208390 H320           T         4-4:50PM
              WAND                                 $296      $20      $150        $466    understanding motivation, exchange theory, taking personal re-
              Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: Pass CLA-119. At CCC Harmony    sponsibility, learning style, goal setting, systems management, time
              Campus.                                                                     management, effective study skills/habits/planning, and the use of
                                                                                          on- and off-campus resources.
CLA-125      INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL RESEARCH, 2 CREDITS
Overview of research as applied through clinical studies. Includes                                     HD-121-01  209490 R219  MW     11:30-12:50PM
the elements of proper research techniques as conducted under the                                       PFEIFER                $222   $15       $10                             $247
supervision of a physician or Ph.D.                                                       LIB-101      INTRO TO LIBRARY RESEARCH, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                          Trains students in the use of a variety of print and electronic infor-
✔	           CLA-125-01      208391 H320           TH        4-5:50PM
              GRANT                                $148      $10      $50         $208    mation resources, search tools, and source citation. Excellent prepar-
              At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                      tion for term papers and other research assignments. Recommended:
                                                                                          Pass CS-090 or equivalent experience.
College Success                                                                                        LIB-101-01
                                                                                                        HALLIDAY
                                                                                                                       207733 D112            MW
                                                                                                                                              $0
                                                                                                                                                        1-3:50PM
                                                                                                                                                        $0       $0                  $0
See also Human Development & Leadership for related classes.                                            Meets: 5/2, 5/4, 5/9, & 5/11. Recommended: Pass CS-090 or equivalent
EL-085       STUDY SKILLS FOR MATH, 1 CREDIT                                                            experience.
Focuses on study strategies specific to math, including note taking;                                   LIB-101-02      207734 ONLINE
reading math textbooks; preparing for, taking, and analyzing math                                       NOLAN                                 $0        $0           $0              $0
tests. Addresses math anxiety, memory techniques and effective hab-                                     Online. Contact: sarahn@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3316. Recommended:
its for success in math.                                                                                Pass CS-090 or equivalent experience.
             EL-085-01 208844 D135    T      3-3:50PM
              MARKS                   $74    $5       $0                           $79    Collision Repair and Refinishing
EL-111       COLLEGE STUDY SKILLS, 3 CREDITS                                              Must have ANSI approved eye protection first day and comply with college
Emphasizes time management, listening/note-taking, testing skills/                        safety policy/welding prerequisites.
anxiety, library resources, learning styles, study/reading textbooks,
concentration.                                                                            AB-009       BASIC METAL FORMING, 3.3 CEU
                                                                                          This course offers training in skills needed for the restoration indus-
HYB          EL-111-03       208848 M257           F         9-9:50AM
                                                                                          try. Build auto body and motorcycle parts, using English wheel and
              MARKS                                $222      $15      $15         $252    other metal shaping tools and techniques.
              Hybrid. Meets every Friday plus online hours. Contact: bmarks@
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3205. Prerequisite: Placement in RD-090.                        AB-009-02       209072 B166            M         6:30-9:20PM
                                                                                                        WALTON                                $0        $0        $200          $200
             EL-111-01       208846 D135           TTH       12-1:20PM
              MARKS                                $222      $15      $15         $252
              Prerequisite: Placement in RD-090.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                         Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total


                 Collision Repair & Refinishing, continued                                                AB-222       COLLISION REPAIR III / ADVANCED STRUCTURAL,
                                                                                                                       6 CREDITS
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                 AB-009       STREET ROD CONSTRUCTION, 6.6 CEU                                            Major collision repair with a systems approach: Frame and structure,
                 Bring your own project and get hands-on instruction in rust repair,                      panels, suspension and brakes, electrical and cooling systems. Em-
                 body work, welding, painting and more.                                                   phasis on frame and unibody repair of related damage.
                                                                                                                       AB-222-01  209087 B156              MT           7:30-2:50PM
                              AB-009-01 209071 B166   THF                    6:30-9:20PM
                               DAVIS                  $0                     $0        $352       $352                  BRADLEY/HOUSE                      $444         $30       $90        $564
                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: AB-133.
                 AB-101       AUTO RESTORATION, 3 CREDITS
                 Designed for students who want to do body and paint repair on                            AB-224       COLLISION REPAIR IV / ADVANCED STRUCTURAL,
                 their own vehicles. Covers all phases of repair, including dent re-                                   6 CREDITS
                 moval, panel replacement, welding and painting.                                          Advanced frame and unibody repair procedures. Electronic measure-
                                                                                                          ment and dimensioning, repair documentation, brakes, suspension
                              AB-101-01       209077 B166          S         8-7:50PM
                                                                                                          and alignment as they relate to collision repair.
                               PETERSON                            $222      $15      $115        $352
                               Class begins on 4/2 and meets on alternate Saturdays.                                   AB-224-01  209088 B156              MT           7:30-2:50PM
                                                                                                                        BRADLEY/HOUSE                      $444         $30       $90        $564
                              AB-101-02       209078 B156          S         8-7:50PM
                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: AB-222.
                               NESBITT                             $222      $15      $115        $352
                               Class begins on 4/9 and meets on alternate Saturdays.                      AB-226       COLLISION REPAIR V / ADVANCED STRUCTURAL,
                                                                                                                       6 CREDITS
                              AB-101-03  209079 B166  TW      6:30-9:20PM                                 Learn to use the latest in high quality, productive techniques and
                               WALTON                 $222    $15       $115                      $352
                                                                                                          equipment to repair vehicles to pre-collision condition. This class
                 AB-112       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING I, 2 CREDITS                                       teaches the refined collision repair processes expected in today’s
                 Focuses on auto collision damage repair. Emphasis on MIG welding                         workplace.
                 on light gauge metals, oxy-acetylene cutting and forming.
                                                                                                                       AB-226-01  209089 B156              MT           7:30-2:50PM
                              AB-112-01  209278 T165   F     7:30-12:20PM                                               BRADLEY/HOUSE                      $444         $30       $90        $564
                               MOLATORE                $148  $10       $90  $248                                        Prerequisite: AB-224.
                              AB-112-02  209279 T165   F     1-5:50PM
                                                                                                          AB-235       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING III, 2 CREDITS
                               PHELPS                  $148  $10       $90  $248
                                                                                                          Focuses on aluminum welding for collision damage repair. GMAW
                 AB-113       COLLISION REPAIR I / NONSTRUCTURAL, 6 CREDITS                               and GTAW processes are covered along with related weld repair tech-
                 Metal finishing with instruction in dent repair and plastic body                         niques and equipment and safety procedures.
                 filler. Includes shop safety, service of doors, door components, glass,
                                                                                                                       AB-235-01 209283 T165               F            7:30-12:20PM
                 bumpers, hoods, deck lids, and wind/water leaks.
                                                                                                                        MOLATORE                           $148         $10       $90        $248
                              AB-113-01  209080 B156               MT        7:30-2:50PM                                Prerequisite: AB-123.
                               BRADLEY/HOUSE                       $444      $30       $90        $564                 AB-235-02       209284 T165         F            1-5:50PM
                               Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of AB-112.
                               Recommended: Current enrollment in or successful completion of ABR-125.                  PHELPS                             $148         $10      $90         $248
                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: AB-123.
                 AB-123       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING II, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                          AB-280       COLLISION REPAIR/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 Training in light gauge metal repair, GMAW, Plasma Arc Cutting
                 (PAC), Squeeze-Type Resistance Spot Welding (S-TRSW), and other                          Work-based learning experience in a collision repair shop.
                 advanced welding techniques specific to collision damage repair.                                      AB-280-01       209090 JOBSITE
                              AB-123-01 209281 T165                F         7:30-12:20PM                               HOUSE                              $444         $30      $15        $489V
                                                                                                                        Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                               MOLATORE                            $148      $10       $90        $248
                               Prerequisite: AB-112.                                                      ABR-125      COLLISION REPAIR REFINISHING I, 6 CREDITS
                              AB-123-02       209282 T165          F         1-5:50PM                     Includes shop safety, fire prevention, selection and use of paint
                               PHELPS                              $148      $10      $90         $248    products, abrasives, fillers, basic application of top coats, primers
                               Prerequisite: AB-112.                                                      and sealers.
                                                                                                                       ABR-125-01      209093 B156         WTH          7:30-2:50PM
                 AB-133       COLLISION REPAIR II / STRUCTURAL, 6 CREDITS
                 Repair major body damage using modern frame and body repair                                            BRADLEY                            $444         $30       $90        $564
                                                                                                                        Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of AB-112.
                 equipment. Includes repair and replacement of bolt-on, bonded, and
                                                                                                                        Recommended: Current enrollment in or successful completion of AB-113.
                 welded components using the latest technology. Includes introduc-
                 tion to computerized measuring and damage analysis.                                      ABR-127      COLLISION REPAIR REFINISHING II, 6 CREDITS
                              AB-133-01  209082 B156               MT        7:30-2:50PM                  Application of solvent and waterborne finishes, including spot re-
                               BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON              $444      $30       $90        $564
                                                                                                          pairs, color matching, complete refinishing and problem solving. In-
                               Prerequisite: AB-113.                                                      troduction to computerized color information retrieval and mixing.
                                                                                                                       ABR-127-01 209094 B156              WTH          7:30-2:50PM
                 AB-151       COMPUTERIZED ESTIMATING – CCC ONE, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                                        BRADLEY/HOUSE                      $444         $30       $90        $564
                 Provides detailed instruction in the use of modern computerized es-
                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: ABR-125. Recommended: Current enrollment in or successful
                 timating systems in the collision repair field. Focus is on CCC ONE                                    completion of AB-133.
                 software.
                                                                                                          ABR-129      COLLISION REPAIR REFINISHING III, 6 CREDITS
                              AB-151-02       209580 B277          F         8-11:50AM
                                                                                                          Application of solvent and waterborne basecoats and tri-coats and
                               PETERSON                            $148      $10      $88         $246
                               Prerequisite: AB-149.
                                                                                                          urethane topcoats, using both foreign and domestic refinish sys-
                                                                                                          tems. Includes complete refinishing, spot and panel painting, color
                              AB-151-01       209579 B277          M         6-9:50PM                     matching and problem solving.
                               PETERSON                            $148      $10      $88         $246
                               Prerequisite: AB-149.                                                                   ABR-129-01 209095 B156              WTH          7:30-2:50PM
                                                                                                                        BRADLEY/HOUSE                      $444         $30       $90        $564
                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: ABR-127.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville              Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact        V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus            14.                            department first class             cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                         HYB Classroom/online course -                                    NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                           see page 16.


            30   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                   Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day          Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


ABR-152      CUSTOM PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS, 2 CREDITS                                       ✔            CS-090-04       208000 OIT152       TTH        10-11:50AM
Custom color application and special effects. Theory and practical                                       ALLEN                              $148       $10      $16          $174




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application of personal protection, shop safety and fire prevention,                                     Meets: 3/29-4/28. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. At Harmony
environmental concerns and hazardous waste disposal methods, etc.                                        Campus.
             ABR-152-01 209096 B156 TH     6-9:50PM                                        CS-091       COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS II, 2 CREDITS
              BRADLEY               $148   $10      $100                           $258    Follow-up of CS-090. More work with applications, including word
ABR-225      PRODUCTION SHOP TECHNIQUES, 6 CREDITS                                         processing, spreadsheets and file management. Takes place in the
Designed for students who wish to gain additional hands-on experi-                         computer lab, one student to a computer.
ence in refinishing, using the most up-to-date methods and materi-                                      CS-091-01       208001 S144         TH         3-4:50PM
als.                                                                                                     EDWARDS                            $148       $10      $16          $174
             ABR-225-01 209097 B156               WTH          7:30-2:50PM                               Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prerequisite: Pass CS-090 or place-
              BRADLEY/HOUSE                       $444         $30       $90       $564                  ment in CS-091.
              Prerequisites: ABR-125, ABR-127, and ABR-129.                                             CS-091-21       208002 S144         MW         1:30-3:20PM
ABR-227      RESTORATION PRACTICES, 6 CREDITS                                                            BANKS                              $148       $10       $16         $174
Designed for students who wish to broaden their skills base in the                                       Meets: 5/2-6/6. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prerequisite: Pass
upper end refinish market. Projects will be more challenging, with                                       CS-090 or placement in CS-091.
standards and expectations set higher.                                                                  CS-091-22       208003 S144         TTH        1-2:50PM
             ABR-227-01 209099 B156               WTH          7:30-2:50PM                               EDWARDS                            $148       $10      $16          $174
              BRADLEY/HOUSE                       $444         $30       $90       $564                  Meets: 5/3-6/2. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prerequisite: Pass
              Prerequisites: ABR-125, ABR-127, ABR-129, and ABR-225.                                     CS-090 or placement in CS-091.
                                                                                           ✔            CS-091-24       208429 OIT152       TTH        10-11:50PM
Computer-Aided Drafting Technology                                                                       ALLEN                              $148       $10      $16          $174
                                                                                                         Meets: 5/3 - 6/6. Required Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prerequisite: Pass
Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the Student Success                                   CS-090 or placement in CA-091. At CCC Harmony Campus.
Center, 503-594-3475.                                                                      CS-093S      COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS II, SPANISH, 3 CREDITS
CDT-108A INTRODUCTION TO SOLIDWORKS, 3 CREDITS                                             Clase en Español para aquellas que ya tomaron la clase CS-092S.
This course is an introduction to the SolidWorks parametric me-                            Usted estará disponible para crear, modificar, dar formato e imprimir
chanical design software. Students will design 3D solid parts, sheet                       una hoja de cálculo sencilla utilizando el programa Microsoft Excel y
metal parts and assemblies, and develop 2D documentation from                              una pequeña presentación en PowerPoint. For those who have taken
them.                                                                                      CS-092S. Create, modify, format, and print simple worksheets in Ex-
             CDT-108A-01 207587 B276 TTH  3-5:50PM                                         cel, tables, and basic presentations in PowerPoint. 	
              WARD                   $222 $15      $75                             $312    ✔	ESPAñOL	 CS-093S-01 208005 OIT152              F          6-8:50PM
CDT-223      INVENTOR FUNDAMENTALS, 3 CREDITS                                                          ARISTIZABAL                          $222       $15      $22          $259
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: Pass CS-092S. At CCC Harmony Campus.
Introduces parametric and adaptive modeling techniques using
Autodesk Inventor. This course will guide students through design                          CS-120       SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS
environment setup, creation of simple and complex part geometry,                           Survey computer literacy course to familiarize students with com-
assembly building, animation, and detailed 2D drawing output.                              puter concepts, software applications and living online. Introduces
                                                                                           students to computer concepts, including, but not limited to the
             CDT-223-01      209065 B276          TTH          6:30-9:20PM
              KORFHAGE                            $222         $15       $75       $312    Windows environment. Word processing, spreadsheet, and presenta-
              Recommended: Basic working knowledge of Windows operating system             tion graphics skills performed in a hands-on lab setting.
              and Microsoft Excel.                                                         HYB          CS-120-01       208006 S135         M          8-9:50AM
CDT-224      PROFESSIONAL WEB DESIGN, 1 CREDITS                                                          BRUNING                            $296       $20      $22          $338
Introduction to the design, creation and management of profes-                                           Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: wesb@
                                                                                                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3942. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum,
sional web pages. Basic and intermediate HTML document creation,
                                                                                                         Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or
introduction of JAVASCRIPT, use and manipulation of graphic image                                        placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite:
files, animating web page graphics, HTML forms.                                                          One CS-120S seminar.
HYB          CDT-224-01 207726 B274               T            12-12:50PM                  HYB          CS-120-02   208007 S135             M          10-11:50AM
              ARISTIZABAL                         $74          $5       $25        $104                  SORRENTINO                         $296       $20      $22          $338
              Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours.                                             Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: marias@
                                                                                                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3853. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum,
Computer Science                                                                                         Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or
                                                                                                         placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite:
For additional information, call 503-594-3164.                                                           One CS-120S seminar.
CS-090       COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, 2 CREDITS                                            HYB          CS-120-03       208008 S135         T          10-11:50AM
For those with no computer experience. Includes using a keyboard                                         BRUNING                            $296       $20      $22          $338
and mouse;using the latest versions of the Windows operating                                             Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: wesb@
system; making commands in Windows programs; learning to use,                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3942. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum,
create and delete files and folders; using applications to accomplish                                    Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or
tasks using a word processor; using e-mail and the Internet. Takes                                       placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite:
place in the computer lab, one student per computer.                                                     One CS-120S seminar.
             CS-090-01       207997 S144          MW           1:30-3:20PM                 HYB          CS-120-04       208009 S135         M          1-2:50PM
              BANKS                               $148         $10       $16       $174                  R. CARINO                          $296       $20      $22          $338
              Meets: 3/28-4/27. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.                                     Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: rcarino@
             CS-090-02       207998 S144          TTH          1-2:50PM                                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3167. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum,
              EDWARDS                             $148         $10      $16        $174                  Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or
              Meets: 03/29 - 4/28. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.                                  placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite:
                                                                                                         One CS-120S seminar.
             CS-090-03       207999 S144          T            6-7:50PM
              EDWARDS                             $148         $10      $16        $174
              Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.


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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


                 Computer Science, continued                                                                CS-125H      HTML & WEB SITE DESIGN, 3 CREDITS                                              C
                                                                                                            Hands-on approach to planning, design, and development of pub-                              P
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                 HYB           CS-120-05      208010 S135          T         1-2:50PM                       lished web sites using HTML tags in text editors. Includes page struc-                      o
                                AHLQUIST                           $296      $20      $22          $338     ture, hyperlinks, images, tables, frames, styles, and limited scripting.                    C
                               Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: ahlquist@            Brief introduction to page editors.                                                         g
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3555. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum,                       CS-125H-01      208025 S182          F         1-3:50PM
                               Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or                    ALBERS                              $222      $15      $22            $259
                               placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite:                      Recommended: Pass CS-120 or equivalent experience.
                               One CS-120S seminar.                                                                      CS-125H-02 208026 S181               T         5-7:50PM                        C
                 ✔	HYB	        CS-120-10   208011 OIT152           TTH       3:30-5:20PM                                  SORRENTINO                          $222      $15      $22            $259    U
                                AHLQUIST/AHLQUIST                  $296      $20       $22         $338                   Recommended: Pass CS-120 or equivalent experience.                            t
                               Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday and Thursday plus online hours. Contact:                      CS-125H-30 208027 ONLINE                                                       c
                               ahlquist@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3555. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb                        SORRENTINO                          $222      $15         $46         $283    V
                               minimum, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007. Prerequisites: Pass                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: marias@          H
                               CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3853. Recommended: Pass CS-120 or equivalent
                               Seminar included. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                   experience.
                               CS-120-30      208012 ONLINE                                                 CS-133S      WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT I, 3 CREDITS
                                CROSS                              $296      $20        $46        $362     Design, programming, testing of scripted web pages using JavaScript,
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: dougc@                                                                                                      C
                                                                                                            ASP, and PHP. Introduction to server-side programming and funda-                            I
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3171. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum,
                                                                                                            mental concepts of interactive web pages, program control state-                            f
                               Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or
                               placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                            ments, variables, database access, and functions.                                           t
                                                                                                                         CS-133S-01      208031 S181          TTH       2:30-3:50PM                     s
                               CS-120-31      208013 ONLINE
                                                                                                                          D. CARINO                           $222      $15       $22           $259
                                BEINING                            $296      $20        $46        $362
                                                                                                                          Prerequisites: Pass CS-125H; pass MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: sbeining@
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3223. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum,                       CS-133S-30      209162 ONLINE
                               Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007.. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or                   D. CARINO                           $222      $15         $24         $261
                               placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or plaement in WR-121.                                    Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: dcarino@
                               CS-120-32      208014 ONLINE                                                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3170. Prerequisites: Pass CS-125H; pass MTH-
                                                                                                                          065 or placement in MTH-095.
                                SARGENT                            $296      $20        $46        $362
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: dianes@         CS-133VA VISUAL BASIC FOR APPLICATIONS, 3 CREDITS
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3830. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum,          Using Visual Basic for Applications to develop advanced application
                               Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 2007. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or      features for Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel, Access, and Pow-
                               placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                     erPoint.) Topics will cover VB editor, objects, properties, variables,                      C
                 CS-120S       SURVEY OF COMPUTING SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT                                        repeating statements, debugging codes, and integrating applications.                        C
                               CS-120S-01 208016 S142 W      8-9:50AM                                                    CS-133VA-01 208032 S181              MW        1-2:20PM                        o
                                BRUNING               $0     $0       $0                              $0                  CROSS                               $222      $15      $22            $259    e
                               Corequisite: CS-120.                                                                       Prerequisite: Pass CS-121 or pass BA-131.
                               CS-120S-02 208017 S142              W         10-11:50AM                     CS-133VB VISUAL BASIC.NET I, 3 CREDITS
                                SORRENTINO                         $0        $0       $0              $0    Hands-on approach to software design using object-oriented pro-
                               Corequisite: CS-120.                                                         gramming. Planning an application, building a user interface, using                         C
                               CS-120S-03     208018 S142          TH        10-11:50AM                     variables and constants, calculating, accumulating, counting, mak-                          I
                                BRUNING                            $0        $0       $0              $0    ing decisions, using functions, and using menus.                                            d
                               Corequisite: CS-120.                                                                      CS-133VB-01 208033 S181              TTH       9-10:20AM                       i
                               CS-120S-04     208019 S142          W         1-2:50PM                                     ABBOTT                              $222      $15      $22            $259    o
                                R. CARINO                          $0        $0       $0              $0                  Prerequisites: Pass BA-131 or pass CS-121; pass MTH-065 or placement in
                               Corequisite: CS-120.                                                                       MTH-095.
                               CS-120S-05     208020 S142          TH        1-2:50PM                                    CS-133VB-02 208034 S181              MW        2:30-3:50PM
                                AHLQUIST                           $0        $0       $0              $0                  ABBOTT                              $222      $15       $22           $259
                               Corequisite: CS-120.                                                                       Prerequisites: Pass BA-131 or pass CS-121; pass MTH-065 or placement in       C
                                                                                                                          MTH-095.                                                                      P
                               CS-120S-06     208021 S142          M         10-11:50AM
                                BRUNING                            $0        $0       $0              $0    CS-135DB ADVANCED DATABASE, 3 CREDITS                                                       c
                               Corequisite: CS-120.                                                         Using Microsoft Access 2007 for design, construction, and documen-                          v
                               CS-120S-07 208022 S142              M         3-4:50PM                       tation of a database management systems. Designing reports, forms,                          t
                                ARISTIZABAL                        $0        $0       $0              $0    advanced form techniques, advanced queries, customizing tables,                             fi
                               Corequisite: CS-120.                                                         creating and using an application system and macros.
                               CS-120S-08 208923 S142              T         3-4:50PM                                    CS-135DB-30 208035 ONLINE
                                SORRENTINO                         $0        $0       $0              $0                  SARGENT                             $222      $15         $47         $284
                               Corequisite:CS-120.                                                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Contact: dianes@           C
                                                                                                                          clackamas.edu or 503-594-3830. Recommended: Pass CS-121; pass
                               CS-120S-09     208023 S142          F         10-11:50AM                                                                                                                 U
                                                                                                                          MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.
                                SARGENT                            $0        $0       $0              $0                                                                                                I
                               Corequisite: CS-120.                                                                                                                                                     f
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                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact           V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                       location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                       NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                          see page 16.


            32   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                   Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


CS-135I      ADVANCED WEB DESIGN, 3 CREDITS                                                CS-260       DATA STRUCTURES, 4 CREDITS
Plan and publish standards-based, accessible web sites via a variety                       Continuation of CS-162. Includes linear, linked lists, trees, abstract




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of software tools, including Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 and Fireworks                           data types, searching and sorting algorithms, and their analysis.
CS4. Utilize CSS, scripts, audio, video, and other emerging technolo-                                   CS-260-01 208044 S182               TTH        10-11:50AM
gies. Emphasizes professional design techniques.                                                         MOLATORE                           $296       $20      $18           $334
             CS-135I-01      208036 S181         F         1-3:50PM                                      Prerequisite: Pass CS-162.
              SARGENT                            $222      $15      $22            $259    CS-279W      WINDOWS SERVER ADMINISTRATION, 4 CREDITS
              Prerequisite: Pass CS-125H.                                                  Managing a Microsoft Windows server network. Topics include:
CS-135S      ADVANCED SPREADSHEET, 3 CREDITS                                               Network protocols, Active Directory, performance issues, managing
Using Microsoft Excel 2007 for design, construction, and documen-                          web resources, security, and disaster recovery.
tation of advanced spreadsheets. Templates, multiple worksheets,                                        CS-279W-01 209160 S182              MW         9-11:50PM
complex formulas, functions and filtering, advanced chart features,                                      ALBERS                             $296       $20      $0            $316
Visual Basic macros, sorting, database capabilities.                                                     Prerequisites: Pass CS-179 and CS-240W.
HYB          CS-135S-01      208037 S181         MW        9-10:20AM                       CS-280       COMPUTER SCIENCE/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
              EATON                              $222      $15      $22            $259    Cooperative work experience. Provides supervised work experience
              Recommended: Pass CS-121 or BA-131; pass MTH-065 or placement in             to supplement the school experience from the academic classroom
              MTH-095.                                                                     environment. User support, work with computer applications or
CS-140       OPERATING SYSTEMS I, 4 CREDITS                                                programming languages, install or manage PC computer systems,
Introduction to the theory behind operating systems as well as basic                       and website development.
functions of Windows, Linux/UNIX, and Macintosh operating sys-                                          CS-280-01       208045 S181         T          12-12:50PM
tems. Discussion of operating system interface with input, output,                                       EATON                              $444       $30      $15          $489V
storage devices, and basic network theory.                                                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass CS-121,
             CS-140-01       208039 S183         MW        10-11:50AM                                    CS-140 & CS-150.
              R. CARINO                          $296      $20      $28            $344    CS-284       NETWORK SECURITY, 3 CREDITS
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement in CS-121; pass MTH-060 or           Comprehensive overview of network security. Covers communica-
              placement in MTH-065; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                    tion security, infrastructure security, cryptography, operations/
             CS-140-30       209163 ONLINE                                                 organizational security, disaster recovery, business continuity, and
              R. CARINO                          $296      $20        $28          $344    computer forensics.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: rcarino@                     CS-284-01       208046 S182         MW         3-4:50PM
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3167. Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement
                                                                                                         R. CARINO                          $222       $15      $27           $264
              in CS-121; pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass WR-095 or place-
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: Pass CS-279W.
              ment in WR-121.
                                                                                           CS-289A      WEB SERVER ADMINISTRATION: APACHE, 3 CREDITS
CS-140U      OPERATING SYSTEMS I: LINUX/UNIX, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                           Introduction to Apache Web Server. Covers installing, administer-
Computer operating systems concepts using Linux/UNIX. General
                                                                                           ing, securing, and troubleshooting Apache Web Server running on
operating system concepts, file management, network utilities, text
                                                                                           Linux. Additional topics include http, https, and ftp protocols.
editing, shell environment configuration, and Linux installation.
             CS-140U-01 208040 S183              MW        1-2:50PM                        HYB          CS-289A-01 208047 S182              TTH        4-5:20PM
                                                                                                         MOLATORE                           $222       $15      $20           $257
              MOLATORE                           $222      $15      $24            $261                  Prerequisite: Pass CS-240U.
              Prerequisite: Pass CS-140.
                                                                                           CS-297N      NETWORK CAPSTONE, 3 CREDITS
CS-150       COMPUTER TECHNICIAN ORIENTATION, 2 CREDITS                                    This class affords students the opportunity to put all the discrete
Introduction to computing topics such as computer architecture,                            information learned from their program classes together towards the
data representation, problem solving, programming, and network-                            completion of an enterprise computer project.
ing. Also covers careers and certifications in Information Technol-
ogy.                                                                                       HYB          CS-297N-01 208048 S182  TTH                    1-2:50PM
                                                                                                         MOLATORE               $222                   $20      $33           $275
             CS-150-01       208041 S183         TTH       11-11:50AM
              R. CARINO                          $148      $10      $16            $174    CS-297W      WEBSITE CAPSTONE, 3 CREDITS
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement in CS-121; pass WR-095 or place-     Students submit a project proposal to be admitted. Project involves
              ment in WR-121; pass MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.                        web design, client-side, and/or server-side applications, demonstra-
                                                                                           tion of digital imaging, streaming media, and multimedia concepts,
CS-228       PC HARDWARE & REPAIR II, 4 CREDITS                                            culminating in a portfolio.
Part 2 of 2 part series. Covers basic operational concepts, identifi-
cation, installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of sound,                                      CS-297W-01 208049 S181              TTH        1-2:20PM
video, I/O devices, and printers. Also covers software tools used in                                     D. CARINO                          $222       $15      $30           $267
                                                                                                         Prerequisites: Pass CS-195 and CS-133S; or pass CS-195 and CS-135I.
the configuration and troubleshooting of PCs. Maps to the A+ certi-
fication exam objectives.
             CS-228-01       208042 S183         TTH       1-3:50PM
              ALBERS                             $296      $20      $33            $349
              Prerequisite: Pass CS-227.
CS-234S      WEB APPLICATION DEVELOMENT III, 3 CREDITS
Use PHP and MySQL to develop dynamic Web sites for use on the
Internet or Intranet. Develop web sites from simple online order
forms to complex e-commerce sites. Web database building, connec-
tivity, maintenance, and security.
             CS-234S-01      208043 S181         MW        10:30-11:50AM
              CROSS                              $222      $15       $22           $259
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-133S; or pass CS-125H & pass CS-133VB; or pass
              CS-125H & pass CS-161.




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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee            Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee   Total



                 Computer Workshops:                                                                           CW-054B WORD INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDITS
                                                                                                               Designed for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Word to
                 Windows Applications, Web
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                                                                                                               create, format, save and print basic documents. Course introduces
                                                                                                               working sections, columns and tables; using styles, graphics and
                 These courses are designed to allow the student to work at their own pace                     templates; using headers and footers. Self-paced class.
                 in our classes, or from their home computer. With instructor permission,                      HYB          CW-054B-01 209638 ONLINE
                 students may join classes up until mid term, but must complete the course-                                  LOGEMANN                           $0        $0         $155       $155
                 work prior to the end of the term. Students must arrange for a mandatory                                    Uses Microsoft Word 2007. Recommended: Word 2007 Basic.
                 orientation prior to attending class and will receive their courseware at the                 CW-054C WORD ADVANCED, 0 CREDITS
                 orientation. Students are required to bring a flash drive to their orientation.               Designed for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Word to
                 Contact: Kathy Logemann at kathyl@clackamas.edu or 503-594-6613.                              create, format, save and print advanced documents. Course intro-
                 Instructor Contact Sessions:                                                                  duces creating form letters, Mail Merge, creating and working with
                                                                                                               forms, master documents, automating tasks using macros, custom
                 Students enrolling in any Computer Workshop Course must also enroll in a                      menus and tool bars, and encrypting documents. Self-paced class.
                 weekly MS Office Session.
                                                                                                               HYB          CW-054C-01 209639 ONLINE
                 CW-050       MS OFFICE     SESSION, 0 CREDITS                                                               LOGEMANN                           $0        $0         $155       $155
                 HYB          CW-050-01      209630 S142    M                 1-2:50PM                                       Uses Microsoft Word 2007. Recommended: Word 2007 Intermediate.
                               WARNER                       $0                $0        $0               $0    CW-055A POWERPOINT BASIC, 0 CREDITS
                 HYB          CW-050-02      209631 S142    T                 10-11:50AM                       This class is for the student whose goal is to become proficient using
                               LOGEMANN                     $0                $0        $0               $0    Microsoft PowerPoint to build, design, format, save, and deliver ba-
                 ✔HYB         CW-050-04      209632 OIT152  T                 6:30-8:20PM                      sic presentations. Self-paced class.
                               WARNER                       $0                $0        $0               $0    HYB          CW-055A-01 209640 ONLINE
                               At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                                        LOGEMANN                           $0        $0         $155       $155
                 ✔ HYB        CW-050-05 209633 OIT152              W          9-10:50AM                                      Recommended: Windows Vista/IE 7 Introduction or equivalent experience.
                               LOGEMANN                            $0         $0       $0                $0    CW-055B POWERPOINT INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDITS
                               At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                          Designed for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Power-
                 CW-052A EXCEL BASIC, 0 CREDITS                                                                Point to build, design, format, save, and deliver basic presentations.
                 Designed for the student whose goal is to become proficient using                             Self-paced class.
                 Microsoft Excel 2007 to create simple worksheets and charts that                              HYB          CW-055B-01 209641 ONLINE
                 will be used for internal reports and data tracking. Self-paced class.                                      LOGEMANN                           $0        $0         $155       $155
                 HYB          CW-052A-01 209634 ONLINE                                                                       Uses Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. Recommended: PowerPoint 2007 Basic.
                               LOGEMANN                            $0         $0            $155       $155    CW-055C POWERPOINT ADVANCED, 0 CREDITS
                               Recommended: Windows Vista/IE 7 Introduction or equivalent experience.          Designed for the student who wants to integrate sound clips, anima-
                 CW-052B EXCEL INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDITS                                                         tion, and other objects into basic PowerPoint presentations. Self-
                 Designed for the student who understands the basics of creating                               paced class.
                 simple worksheets and charts, this course introduces skills for using                         HYB          CW-055C-01 209642 ONLINE
                 large or multiple worksheets, advanced charting and formatting,                                             LOGEMANN                           $0        $0         $155       $155
                 management of files, auditing features and templates. Self-paced                                            Uses Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. Recommended: PowerPoint 2007 Inter-
                 class.                                                                                                      mediate.
                 HYB          CW-052B-01 209635 ONLINE                                                         CW-056A ACCESS BASIC, 0 CREDITS
                               LOGEMANN                            $0         $0            $155       $155    Designed for the student whose goal is to become familiar with da-
                               Uses Microsoft Excel 2007. Prerequisite: Excel 2007 Basic.                      tabase concepts and objects and become proficient using Microsoft
                 CW-052C EXCEL ADVANCED, 0 CREDITS                                                             Access to create simple database structures. Self-paced class.
                 Designed for the student who has the skills to work with large or                             HYB          CW-056A-01 209643 ONLINE
                 multiple worksheets, this class presents advanced formulas, lookup                                          LOGEMANN                           $0        $0         $155       $155
                 and data tables, PivotTables, list management, analytical options,                                          Uses Microsoft Access 2007. Recommended: Windows Vista/IE 7 Introduc-
                 macros and interactive Web pages. Self-paced class.                                                         tion or equivalent experience.
                 HYB          CW-052C-01 209636 ONLINE                                                         CW-056B ACCESS INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDITS
                               LOGEMANN                            $0         $0            $155       $155    Designed for the student whose goal is to become proficient in de-
                               Uses Microsoft Excel 2007. Recommended: Pass Excel 2007 Intermediate.           signing tables, setting relationships between tables, validating data
                 CW-054A WORD BASIC, 0 CREDITS                                                                 entry in tables, and creating and using advanced queries, forms and
                 Designed for the student whose goal is to become proficient using                             reports in Microsoft Access. Self-paced class.
                 Microsoft Word 2007 to create, format, save, and print basic docu-                            HYB          CW-056B-01 209644 ONLINE
                 ments. Self-paced class.                                                                                    LOGEMANN                           $0        $0         $155       $155
                 HYB          CW-054A-01 209637 ONLINE                                                                       Uses Microsoft Access 2007. Recommended: Access 2007 Basic.
                               LOGEMANN                            $0         $0            $155       $155    CW-056C ACCESS ADVANCED, 0 CREDITS
                               Recommended: Windows Vista/IE 7 or equivalent experience.                       Designed for the student whose goal is to become proficient in
                                                                                                               PivotTables and PivotCharts; creating advanced forms and macros;
                                                                                                               Internet integration; database management and security fundamen-
                                                                                                               tals; and explore Access SQL. Self-paced class.
                                                                                                               HYB          CW-056C-01 209645 ONLINE
                                                                                                                             LOGEMANN                           $0        $0         $155       $155
                                                                                                                             Uses Microsoft Access 2007. Recommended: Access 2007 Intermediate.



                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         14.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
              Instructor                          Tuition     Fee      Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee        Crs. Fee     Total



Cooperative Work Experience                                                                DMC-280 DMC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                           Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of




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All students must register for the appropriate CWE course and a CWE                        media studies.
Seminar as listed in the following section, Cooperative Work Experience                                 DMC-280-01 208922 JOBSITE
Seminar. Instructor approval is required for all CWE courses. Note: day and                              MINGO                                $444       $30        $15        $489V
time of CWE classes are arranged according to the student’s work hours                                   Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
on the job. Students may earn a maximum of 6 CWE credits per term or                       ECE-280      EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION/CWE, 3 CREDITS
a maximum of 12 CWE credits per year. Visit the department website at                      Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
http://depts.clackamas.edu/cwe/ or call 503-594-3096 for more informa-                     early childhood education.
tion.                                                                                                   ECE-280-01 207012 DJ225               T          2:30-3:50PM
AB-280       COLLISION REPAIR/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                          MCILVEEN/SCOTT/BRIARE                $222       $15       $15           $252
Work-based learning experience in a collision repair shop.                                               Class will meet 3/29 & 6/7 from 2:30-3:50 in DJ225. Required: Instructor
                                                                                                         consent. Contact: patriciam@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3209. Corequisite:
             AB-280-01       209090 JOBSITE                                                              CWE-281-30.
              HOUSE                               $444        $30      $15        $489V
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                ED-272       PRACTICUM III, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                           Educational field experience in a classroom setting for students pur-
AM-280       AUTO MECHANICS/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS                                              suing careers in early childhood education.
Work-based learning experience in the field of auto mechanics.
                                                                                                        ED-272-01       207023 DJ226          TH         2-4:20PM
             AM-280-01  209123 JOBSITE
                                                                                                         MCILVEEN                             $296       $20      $0             $316
              LEUCK/LOCKWOOD                      $444        $30      $15        $489V                  Meets: 3/31, 4/28, 5/19 & 6/9. Required: Instructor consent. Contact:
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                              patriciam@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3209. Prerequisites: ED-270 &
ANT-280      ANTHROPOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                              ED-271.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                          ED-280       PRACTICUM/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
anthropology.                                                                              Supervised practicum in a school setting. Students will utilize and
             ANT-280-01      209166 JOBSITE                                                develop knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to working in a
              LEWIS                               $444        $30      $15        $489V    school and with children.
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                             ED-280-01       207024 JOBSITE
ART-280      ART/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                       HAMM                                 $444       $30        $15        $489V
Cooperative Work Experience. Provides students with on-the-job                                           Required: Instructor consent and successful completion of or current
work experience in the field of art.                                                                     enrollment in ED-100. Contact: paulah@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3210.
             ART-280-01      208907 JOBSITE                                                ENG-280      ENGLISH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
              TRUE                                $444        $30      $15        $489V    Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                English studies.
BA-280       BUSINESS/CWE, 3-6V CREDITS                                                                 ENG-280-01      208449 JOBSITE
Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in a business                                         MOUNT                                $444       $30        $15        $489V
related to the student’s major course of study. Under supervision of                                     Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
instructor and employer.                                                                   ERM-180      ENERGY & RESOURCE MGMT/CWE, 3 CREDITS
             BA-280-01  207333 JOBSITE                                                     Practical work experience in, and exploration of, an energy or utility
              MIDDENDORFF                         $444        $30      $15        $489V    resource company under supervision of the instructor and employer.
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Contact: carolm@               ✔	           ERM-180-01 207989 JOBSITE
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-6040.                                                             IVEY                                 $0         $0         $271         $271
CJA-280      CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                              Restricted to Energy & Utility Resource Management students only.
Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-                                      Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar. Contact: bernicei@
rection systems. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal                                     clackamas.edu or 503-594-0945. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
justice or corrections program.                                                            FRP-180      WILDLAND FIRE/CWE, 3 CREDITS
             CJA-280-01      206862 JOBSITE                                                Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
              FRESHNER                            $444        $30      $15        $489V    of wildland fire fighting.
              Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of CJA-170 and                   FRP-180-01      209331 JOBSITE
              instructor consent. Contact: sammyf@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3663.                         LAUGLE                               $0         $0         $271         $271
CJA-281      CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-                                      or 503-594-3066.
rections system. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal                       FRP-180      WILDLAND FIRE/CWE, 6 CREDITS
justice or corrections program.                                                                         FRP-180-02 209332 JOBSITE
             CJA-281-01      206863 JOBSITE                                                              LAUGLE                   $0                     $0         $527         $527
              FRESHNER                            $444        $30      $15        $489V                  Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
              Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of CJA-170 and                    or 503-594-3066.
              instructor consent. Contact: sammyf@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3663.           FRP-280      WILDLAND FIRE/ADVANCED CWE, 3 CREDITS
CS-280       COMPUTER SCIENCE/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS                                            Provides student with work-based learning experience in the field of
Cooperative work experience. Provides supervised work experience                           wildland fire fighting.
to supplement the school experience from the academic classroom                                         FRP-280-01      209346 JOBSITE
environment. User support, work with computer applications or                                            LAUGLE                               $0         $0         $271         $271
programming languages, install or manage PC computer systems,                                            Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
and website development.                                                                                 or 503-594-3066. Current enrollment in or successful completion of
             CS-280-01       208045 S181          T           12-12:50PM                                 FRP-107. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-180 & FRP-131.
              EATON                               $444        $30      $15        $489V    FRP-280      WILDLAND FIRE/ADVANCED CWE, 6 CREDITS
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass CS-121,                 FRP-280-02 209347 JOBSITE
              CS-140 & CS-150.
                                                                                                         LAUGLE                   $0 $0      $527                                $527
                                                                                                         Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                         or 503-594-3066. Current enrollment in or successful completion of
                                                                                                         FRP-107. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-180 & FRP-131.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee    Total


                 Cooperative Work Experience, continued                                                      HS-281       HUMAN SERVICES GENERAL II/CWE, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                             Cooperative work experience level II. Supervised experience in hu-
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                 GEO-280      GEOGRAPHY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                    man services occupations.
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                        HS-281-01       207037 JOBSITE
                 geography.                                                                                                SMITH                               $296        $20       $15         $331
                              GEO-280-01      209180 JOBSITE                                                               Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu or
                                                                                                                           503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful completion
                               LEWIS                               $444        $30       $15        $489V
                                                                                                                           of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-282-26.
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                                             HS-282       HUMAN SERVICES GEN.III/CWE, 4 CREDITS
                 GIS-280      GIS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 Cooperative Work Experience (co-op) is a process of education that                          Cooperative Work Experience level III. Supervised experience in hu-
                 integrates a student’s classroom work with experience obtained                              man services occupations.
                 through a cooperating employer.                                                                          HS-282-01       207038 JOBSITE
                              GIS-280-01      207730 JOBSITE                                                               SMITH                               $296        $20       $15         $331
                                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu or
                               KOTZE                               $444        $30       $105       $579V                  503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful completion
                               Required: Instructor consent and CWE seminar. Contact: carelk@
                                                                                                                           of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-283-26.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3728.
                                                                                                             HST-280      HISTORY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 GRN-280      GERONTOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                                             Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 Work-based learning experience to acquaint gerontology students
                                                                                                             history.
                 with the roles and related activities of organizations serving the
                 elderly. This course provides an opportunity to apply theories and                                       HST-280-01      209191 JOBSITE
                 techniques acquired in the classroom.                                                                     FLOWERS                             $444        $30       $15        $489V
                                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                              GRN-280-01      206865 JOBSITE
                               SMITH                               $444        $30       $15        $489V    J-280        JOURNALISM/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of HS-170 and        Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
                               instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3207.           work experience and training related to journalism.
                 HE-280       HEALTH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                    J-280-01        208235 JOBSITE
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                         JONES                               $444        $30       $15        $489V
                 health.                                                                                                   Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                              HE-280-01       208292 R101                                                    J-280A       PUBLIC RELATIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               WOODS                               $444        $30       $15        $489V    Provides students with on-the-job experience and training related to
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                 public relations.
                 HOR-280      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 3 CREDITS                                                                 J-280A-01       208236 JOBSITE
                 Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                                         STAFF                               $444        $30       $15        $489V
                 segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing                                       Cooperative work experience. Required: Instructor consent & a CWE semi-
                 9 credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated up to 6 credits.                                       nar.
                              HOR-280-01      207180 JOBSITE                                                 MFG-280      MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
                               STAFF                               $222        $15       $15         $252    Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
                               Required: A CWE seminar, and 108 jobsite hours.                               of manufacturing.
                 HOR-281      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                                 MFG-280-01 207677 JOBSITE
                 Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                                         LOCKE                               $444        $30       $15        $489V
                 segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing                                       Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.
                 9 credits of horticulture courses.                                                          MTH-280      MATHEMATICS/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
                              HOR-281-01      207181 JOBSITE                                                 Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in teaching,
                               STAFF                               $444        $30       $15         $489    tutoring or applying mathematics while supervised by a teacher or
                               Required: A CWE seminar, and 216 jobsite hours.                               mathematician.
                 HOR-282      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 3 CREDITS                                                                 MTH-280-01 209028 JOBSITE
                 Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                                         KYSER                               $0          $0        $0            $0
                 segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing                                       Restricted: Math lab tutors.
                 9 credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated up to 6 credits.                         MUS-280      MUSIC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                              HOR-282-01      207182 JOBSITE                                                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                               STAFF                               $222        $15       $15         $252    music.
                               Required: A CWE seminar, and 108 jobsite hours.                                            MUS-280-01 207583 JOBSITE
                 HS-280       HUMAN SERV. GENERALIST I/CWE, 4 CREDITS                                                      DOGGETT/LOTZ                        $444        $30       $114       $588V
                 Cooperative work experience with supervision in many areas of                                             Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass
                 human services occupations.                                                                               MUS-107, pass MUS-140 & pass MUS-142.
                              HS-280-01       207036 JOBSITE                                                 PE-280       PHYSICAL EDUCATION/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               SMITH                               $296        $20       $15         $331    Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                               Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu or               physical education.
                               503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful completion                 PE-280-01       208388 JOBSITE
                               of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-281-26.                                                         WOODS                               $444        $30       $15        $489V
                                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee    Total


PS-280       POLITICAL SCIENCE/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                              WLD-280 WELDING TECHNOLOGY/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                             Provides students with work-based experience in the field of weld-




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political science.                                                                            ing.
             PS-280-01       209206 JOBSITE                                                                WLD-280-01 209419 JOBSITE
              DARRIS                               $444       $30         $15        $489V                 WILLIAMS                              $444       $30         $15        $489V
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                                 Restricted: Welding students. Required: Instructor consent and a CWE
PSY-280      PSYCHOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                   seminar. Contact: davidwi@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3067.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                             WQT-180 WATER & ENVIRONMENTAL PROJ I, 5 CREDITS
psychology.                                                                                   Practical work experience in a municipal, industrial treatment,
             PSY-280-01 209232 JOBSITE                                                        distribution, or collection system. Placement in consulting firms,
              GROSSMANN                            $444       $30         $15        $489V    federal and state regulatory agencies, BLM, BPA, and other regulated
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                   governmental organizations.
R-280        RELIGION/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                    WQT-180-01 207979 P131                W          12-1:50PM
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                          LEWIS                                 $370       $25      $35            $430
religion.                                                                                                   Required: 12 hrs/wk TBA. Corequisite: Inclusive CWE Seminar.
             R-280-01
              TOEBBEN
                             209239 JOBSITE
                                                   $444       $30         $15        $489V    Cooperative Work Experience: Seminar
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                   “COREQUISITE” seminars for Cooperative Work Experience classes listed
RET-280      RENEWABLE ENERGY/CWE, 1-12V CREDITS                                              above. All students must register for the appropriate Cooperative Work
Cooperative work experience. Major emphasis on work-based                                     Experience class and a seminar section.
learning experience in the renewable energy field. Coordination of                            CWE-281      COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR I, 0 CREDIT
instruction and evaluation of student job performance will be pro-                            The seminar provides an opportunity to develop the career manage-
vided by college faculty in conjunction with employer/supervisor.                             ment skills necessary to obtain, and sustain employment. Prepares
             RET-280-01      207732 JOBSITE                                                   students for career success.
              FOUHY                                $888       $60         $195 $1143V                      CWE-281-05 206995 S181                T          12-12:50PM
              Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.
                                                                                                            EATON                                $0         $0       $0               $0
SM-280       ELECTRONICS & MICROELECTRONICS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                               Restricted to Computer Science students only. Required: Instructor consent.
Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field                                         CWE-281-06 206996
of microelectronics or electronics.                                                                         STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35          $35
             SM-280-01       207685 JOBSITE                                                                 Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
              LOCKE                                $444       $30         $15        $489V                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3096.
              Restricted: Microelectronics or electronics students. Required: Instructor                   CWE-281-26 206997
              consent and a CWE seminar.                                                                    STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35          $35
SOC-280      SOCIOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                    Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                           clackamas.edu or 503-594-3096.
sociology.                                                                                    CWE-282      COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR II, 0 CREDIT
             SOC-280-01      209245 JOBSITE                                                   The seminar provides an opportunity to develop the career man-
              LEWIS                                $444       $30         $15        $489V    agement skills necessary to advance a career. Uses case studies and
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                   special projects.
SP-280       SPEECH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                      CWE-282-06 206998
Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job                                              STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35          $35
work experience in the field of communications.                                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
             SP-280-01       208256 JOBSITE                                                                 clackamas.edu or 503-594-3096. Prerequisite: CWE-281.
              BRENNAN                              $444       $30         $15        $489V                 CWE-282-26 206999
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                                 STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35          $35
                                                                                                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
SPN-280      SPANISH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3096. Prerequisite: CWE-281.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
Spanish.                                                                                      CWE-283      COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR III, 0 CREDIT
             SPN-280-01      207893 JOBSITE                                                   This advanced seminar provides an opportunity to conduct an inde-
              MILLER                               $444       $30         $15        $489V    pendent study of the career management skills necessary to develop
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                   advanced skills in obtaining, sustaining, and advancing employ-
                                                                                              ment.
TA-280       THEATRE/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                                           CWE-283-06 207000
Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
work experience in the field of theatre.                                                                    STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35          $35
                                                                                                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
             TA-280-01       208271 JOBSITE                                                                 clackamas.edu or 503-594-3096. Prerequisite: CWE-282.
              GERBER                               $444       $30         $15        $489V                 CWE-283-26 207001
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                                            STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35          $35
TTL-180      TRANSPORTATION LOGISTICS/CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
Provides work-based learning experience in the field of transporta-                                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3096. Prerequisite: CWE-282.
tion and logistics.                                                                           CWE-284      COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR IV, 0 CREDIT
             TTL-180-01 209131 JOBSITE                                                        Applicable in a limited number of programs.
              CLEM/MCKINNEY                        $0         $0          $456        $456                 CWE-284-06 207002
              Required: Instructor consent and a weekly CWE seminar. Contact pamc@
                                                                                                            STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35          $35
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3196.
                                                                                                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
                                                                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3096. Prerequisite: CWE-283.




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                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
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                 Criminal Justice                                                                             CJA-212      CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION III, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                              Final part of the Criminal Investigation series. Applies techniques
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                 For more information on Criminal Justice, Corrections, credit for completion                 acquired in CJA-210 Criminal Investigation I and CJA-211 Criminal                             s
                 of D.P.S.S.T. or law enforcement academies contact Richard Ashbaugh at                       Investigation II. Includes investigative techniques from a practical                          c
                 dicka@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3367.                                                         aspect, with some “hands-on” experimentation, including finger-                               c
                                                                                                              printing, photography, diagramming, and reconstruction.                                       d
                 CJA-101      CRIMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                           CJA-212-01      206853 C136           TTH        10:30-11:50AM
                 Discusses the nature and control of crime and delinquency. Exam-
                 ines criminal behaviors, legal aspects of crime control and treatment                                      BABST                                $222       $15       $25           $262
                                                                                                                            Prerequisite: CJA-211 or instructor consent. Contact: wendib@
                 processes. Socio-psychological study of crime from the criminal                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3995.
                 point of view.
                              CJA-101-02      206824 C136           MW         10:30-11:50AM                  CJA-213      INTERVIEW & INTERROGATION, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                              Examines the dynamics of psychology in criminal interrogation and
                               CROSS
                              CJA-101-01      206823 C136
                                                                    $222
                                                                    W
                                                                               $15
                                                                               6-8:50PM
                                                                                         $0           $237
                                                                                                              legal limitations. Includes behavior observation and interpretation,                          C
                                                                                                              and the use of structured questions to acquire truthful responses.                            C
                               JONES                                $222       $15       $0           $237
                              CJA-101-03      206867 ONLINE                                                                CJA-213-01 206870 C151 TTH                       10:30-11:50AM                   E
                               BABST                                $222       $15         $35        $272                  CROSS                 $222                      $15       $0            $237    c
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: wendib@           CJA-222      PROCEDURAL LAW, 3 CREDITS
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3995.                                                 Discusses the constitutional and statutory provisions related to ar-
                 CJA-120      JUDICIAL PROCESS, 3 CREDITS                                                     rest, search and seizure. Includes use of deadly force, admissions,
                 Studies the judicial and social processes from arrest through appeal                         interrogations, plain view limitations, law of stop and frisk, and of-
                 including jurisdiction of state and federal courts.                                          ficer testimony.                                                                              C
                              CJA-120-01 206868 C151  TTH     9-10:20AM                                                    CJA-222-01 206857 C136   MW                      9-10:20AM                       E
                               SANSONE                 $222   $15      $0                             $237                  EMMAL                   $222                    $15      $0             $237    s
                                                                                                                           CJA-222-02 206858 C136   T                       6-8:50PM                        c
                 CJA-130      INTRO TO CORRECTIONS, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                            HEALY                   $222                    $15      $0             $237
                 Examines the history, organization, and development of correction-
                 al institutions. Includes detention facilities and treatment processes                       CJA-230      JUVENILE CORRECTIONS, 3 CREDITS
                 such as sentencing, incarceration, probation and parole.                                     Studies historical and contemporary perspectives on juvenile offend-
                                                                                                              ers, juvenile code, juvenile court and procedures. Describes treat-
                              CJA-130-01 206869 C136   TH      6-8:50PM                                       ment programs and the differences between adult and juvenile court
                               KOCH                    $222    $15      $0                            $237                                                                                                  C
                                                                                                              laws and procedures.                                                                          I
                 CJA-170      CAREERS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIELDS, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                           CJA-230-01 206859 C151 MW    9-10:20AM                                           a
                 Discusses career opportunities throughout the criminal justice sys-
                                                                                                                            SANSONE               $222  $15      $0    $237
                 tem, including law enforcement, the practice of law, courts, correc-
                 tions, and private security. Addresses hiring, promotions, and work-                         CJA-240      CULTURAL DIVERSITY/LAW ENFORCEMENT, 3 CREDITS
                 place ethics. This course is required as preparation for participation                       Provides information and guidelines on how law enforcement pro-
                 in Criminal Justice/Corrections Cooperative Work Experience.                                 fessionals can effectively work with diverse cultural groups, both in-
                                                                                                              side their organizations as well as in the community. Explores racial                         C
                              CJA-170-01 206843 C153 TTH   10:30-11:50AM
                                                                                                              profiling, hate crimes, community based policing, undocumented                                E
                               SMITH                 $222  $15       $0                               $237
                                                                                                              immigrants and alternative lifestyles in law enforcement.                                     s
                 CJA-200      COMMUNITY RELATIONS & POLICING, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                           CJA-240-01 206861 C151 W     6-8:50PM                                            A
                 Examines interrelationships and role expectations of agencies and                                          HEALY                 $222  $15      $0                                 $237
                 public policy. Explores racial community tension, minority group
                 crime, social forces, community policing and police conduct.                                 CJA-243      NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                              Introduces the societal problems of drug abuse (alcohol, drugs,
                              CJA-200-01      206844 ONLINE
                                                                                                              narcotics). Includes identification of drugs and causes of addiction.
                               BABST                                $222       $15         $35        $272    Examines investigative techniques, i.e. undercover, sting, and use of
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: wendib@                                                                                                         C
                                                                                                              informants.                                                                                   E
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3995.
                                                                                                                           CJA-243-01      206871 ONLINE                                                    c
                 CJA-201      JUVENILE DELINQUENCY, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                            JONES                                $222       $15         $35         $272    t
                 Surveys the nature and extent of delinquent behavior. Explores                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jasonj@
                 causes, legal apprehension, controls and treatment.                                                        clackamas.edu or 503-594-3714.
                              CJA-201-01 206846 C151    MW                     10:30-11:50AM
                                                                                                              CJA-280      CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               SANSONE                  $222                   $15       $0           $237    Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-
                 CJA-203      CRISIS INTERVENTION, 3 CREDITS                                                  rection systems. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal                          C
                 Examines crisis intervention as it applies to emergency service work-                        justice or corrections program.                                                               F
                 ers. Includes psychodynamics of family crisis; alcohol/drug related                                       CJA-280-01      206862 JOBSITE                                                   u
                 problems; suicide; sexual assault victims; domestic violence; men-                                         FRESHNER                             $444       $30         $15        $489V    s
                 tally disturbed, neglected, battered, and abused children.                                                 Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of CJA-170 and
                              CJA-203-03      206849 C136           TTH        9-10:20AM                                    instructor consent. Contact: sammyf@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3663.
                               CROSS                                $222       $15      $0            $237    CJA-281      CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                              CJA-203-02      206848 C136           M          6-8:50PM                       Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-
                               JONES                                $222       $15      $0            $237    rections system. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal
                              CJA-203-01      206847 ONLINE                                                   justice or corrections program.                                                               C
                               JONES                                $222       $15         $35        $272                 CJA-281-01      206863 JOBSITE                                                   E
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jasonj@
                                                                                                                            FRESHNER                             $444       $30         $15        $489V    f
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3714.
                                                                                                                            Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of CJA-170 and         a
                                                                                                                            instructor consent. Contact: sammyf@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3663.              p

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact              V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                   cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                          NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
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HE-205       YOUTH ADDICTIONS, 3 CREDITS                                                       CJA-147      INTRO PROFILING VIOLENT CRIMES, 1 CREDIT                                                        el
Increase knowledge of adolescent development and programs de-                                  Examines: psychological profiling history; arson, murder, rape, pe-                                          In




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signed for prevention, assessment, intervention and treatment of                               dophilia, terrorism, and misuses such as racial profiling.                                                   m
chemically dependent youth. Investigates specific techniques for                                            CJA-147-01      206836 ONLINE                                                                   5
counseling youth. Required for Criminal Justice & Correction stu-                                            BAIRD                               $74        $5          $35        $114                     B
dents.                                                                                                       Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@                            o
             HE-205-01       206872 ONLINE                                                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.                                          in
              LUNA                                 $222      $15         $35           $272    CJA-148      CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: PROFILING, 1 CREDIT                                                       ex
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: michaelL@           Provides case-study methodology using rape and serial murder psy-                                            m
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-6427. Recommended: Broadband Internet                   chological profiling examples.                                                                               5
              access.
                                                                                                            CJA-148-01      206837 ONLINE                                                                   ES

Criminal Justice: Crime Analysis                                                                             BAIRD                               $74        $5          $35
                                                                                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
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CJA-140      INTRO CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT                                                                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisites: CJA-140 & CJA-147.                               $0
Examines history and development of crime analysis in the field of                             CJA-149      RESEARCH METHOD/CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
criminal justice.                                                                              Examines statistical information needed for research of administra-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            ✔
             CJA-140-01      206829 ONLINE                                                     tive crime analysis. Demonstrates survey methodology used to mea-                                            6-
              BAIRD                                $74       $5          $35           $114    sure crime and its impact.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@                           CJA-149-01      206838 ONLINE                                                                   $0
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570.                                                                 BAIRD                               $74        $5          $35        $114
CJA-141      INTRO TO CRIME MAPPING, 1 CREDIT                                                                Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
Examines evolution of crime mapping in law enforcement. De-                                                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.
scribes basic uses including pin mapping, grid mapping, GIS for                                CJA-150      INTRO TO POLICE INTELLIGENCE, 1 CREDIT
crime analysis, and geo-coding for law enforcement.                                            Examines the basic police intelligence mission. Demonstrates five-
             CJA-141-01      206830 ONLINE                                                     step intelligence process, illustrates differences between tactical (in-                                     G
              BAIRD                                $74       $5          $35           $114    vestigative unit) intelligence, strategic intelligence, and operational                                      C
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@              intelligence. Discusses legal limitations to information gathering.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.                                                                                                                                         D
                                                                                                            CJA-150-01      206839 ONLINE
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CJA-142      STATISTICS FOR CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT                                                         BAIRD                               $74        $5          $35        $114                     re
Introduces mathematical/statistical tools needed for simple crime                                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
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analysis through statistics.                                                                                 clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.
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             CJA-142-01      206831 ONLINE                                                     CJA-151      CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT                                                        b
              BAIRD                                $74       $5          $35           $114    Discusses the legal limitations to intelligence information gathering:
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@              basic police intelligence mission and five-step intelligence process.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.                            Illustrates differences between tactical (investigative unit) intelli-
CJA-143      CRIME ANALYSIS VIA STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT                                 gence, strategic intelligence, and operational intelligence.
Explores statistical tool application in crime analysis and demon-                                          CJA-151-01      206840 ONLINE
strates their use in: Tactical, Strategic, and Administrative Crime                                          BAIRD                               $74        $5          $35        $114
Analysis using case-study methodology.                                                                       Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
             CJA-143-01      206832 ONLINE                                                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisites: CJA-140 & CJA-150.
              BAIRD                                $74       $5          $35           $114    CJA-152      CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@              Final course for the Crime Scene Analysis series uses case-study
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisites: CJA-140 & CJA-142.                 methodology to examine a crime scene and formulate real decisions
CJA-144      CRIME ANALYSIS VIA MODUS OPERANDI, 1 CREDIT                                       using proper application of analytical tools.
Examines tactical crime analysis through modus operandi analysis,                                           CJA-152-01      206841 ONLINE
characteristics to identify factors for crime types and classifications                                      BAIRD                               $74        $5          $35        $114
to provide solvability factors and suspect identification.                                                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
             CJA-144-01      206833 ONLINE                                                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisites: CJA-140, CJA-147 &
              BAIRD                                $74       $5          $35           $114                  CJA-148.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@              CJA-153      CRIME INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.                            Final part of Criminal Intelligence Analysis series. Students demon-
CJA-145      CRIME ANALYSIS CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT                                                 strate: threat assessments, threat summaries, threat estimates, crime
Final course of Crime Analysis series. Case-study methodology is                               intelligence analysis reports and recommendations, and supporting
used to formulate real decisions and use of the proper application of                          documentation such as link analysis tools.
statistical and mapping tools, including modus operandi analysis.                                           CJA-153-01      206842 ONLINE
             CJA-145-01      206834 ONLINE                                                                   BAIRD                               $74        $5          $35        $114
              BAIRD                                $74       $5          $35           $114                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisites: CJA-140, CJA-146, CJA-150
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisites: CJA-140, CJA-141,                                & CJA-151.
              CJA-142, CJA-143 & CJA-144.
CJA-146      CRIME ANALYSIS/LINK ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
Examines tactical crime analysis through Link Analysis and other
forms of graphical analysis. Presents development of the graphic
analytical techniques for Link Analysis, flow chart analysis and tele-
phone toll analysis.
             CJA-146-01      206835 ONLINE
              BAIRD                                $74       $5          $35           $114
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.

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                 Dental Assistant                                                                              DMC-107 ANIMATION & MOTION GRAPHICS II, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                               Continuation of the practice of motion graphics design. This
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                 The CCC Dental Assistant program is a three-term program of 49 credits.                       project-based course advances the concepts and practices covered                            m
                                                                                                               in ART-106/DMC-106 with a particular focus on visual effects and
                 DA-106       CLINICAL PROCEDURES III, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                               compositing techniques, as well as intermediate layer handling and
                 Introduction to basic procedures, tray set-up, and dental materials of
                                                                                                               workflow enhancement. Traditional and experimental animation
                 dental specialties: pedodontic, orthodontic, periodontics, oral sur-
                                                                                                               techniques will be explored.
                 gery, and endodontics. Continue to perfect EFDA skills. Preclinical                                                                                                                       J
                 instruction in amalgam and composite polishing will be taught.                                             DMC-107-01 208918 AC121             TTH       1-3:50PM                         O
                                                                                                                             WASSON                             $222      $15      $90          $327       i
                 ✔	           DA-106-01       208393 H340           TH         9-11:50AM
                                                                                                                             Recommended: Previous experience with computer graphics and digital
                                                     H360           TH         9-11:50AM                                     video. Section offered in MAC format.
                               MOUNT                                $148       $10      $225          $383
                               Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: Pass DA-105 with a “C” or better.   DMC-108 ANIMATION/MOTION GRAPHICS III, 3 CREDITS
                               At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                          Introduces students to advanced animation and motion graphics
                                                                                                                                                                                                           J
                              DA-106-02       208394 H340           TH         3-5:50PM
                                                                                                               techniques with particular focus on portfolio development and pro-
                 ✔	                                                                                                                                                                                        O
                                                                                                               fessional workflow scenarios. Advanced layer handling, 3D camera
                                                     H310           TH         3-4:20PM                                                                                                                    o
                                                                                                               and light techniques, narrative development and rendering will be
                               CORONA                               $148       $10      $225          $383     explored. Advanced theoretical, historical and technical aspects of
                               Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: Pass DA-105 with a “C” or better.
                               At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                                               animation will be discussed.
                                                                                                                            DMC-108-01 208919 AC121             TTH       1-3:50PM
                 DA-130       CLINICAL PRACTICUM III, 8 CREDITS
                                                                                                                             WASSON                             $222      $15      $90          $327
                 Supervised unpaid practice and improvement of advanced clinical                                             Recommended: Previous experience with computer graphics and digital           J
                 skills in all areas of chairside dental assisting, laboratory procedures,                                   video. Section offered in MAC format.                                         O
                 specialties, radiology, and EFDA procedures. A minimum of forty-                                                                                                                          m
                 four hours performing business office procedures will be required.                            DMC-190 DMC PORTFOLIO PROJECT I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                                                                                                           c
                 Responsible to meet ten hours of community service. Students will                             The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to
                 participate in three seminars during the term: orientation seminar;                           combine their skills, knowledge, and special interests in the plan-
                 mid-term seminar and concluding seminar.                                                      ning, production, and presentation of an original finished product
                                                                                                               representative of any one of the focus areas included in the Digital
                 ✔	           DA-130-01  208395 CLSRM               MTW        8-4:50PM
                                                                                                               Multimedia Communications Program.
                               CORONA/MOUNT                         $592       $40      $200          $832
                               Required: Instructor consent and ten hours community service. Prerequisite:
                               Pass DA-120 with a “C” or better. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                                                            DMC-190-01 209167 M206
                                                                                                                             FLOWERS
                                                                                                                                                                TBA
                                                                                                                                                                $296
                                                                                                                                                                          TBA
                                                                                                                                                                          $20        $90        $406       E
                                                                                                                             Recommended: Pass WR-090 or placement in WR-095.                              E
                 DA-145       DENTAL OFFICE PROCEDURES, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                               DMC-191 DMC PORTFOLIO PROJECT II, 4 CREDITS                                                 G
                 A specialized study of dental business office procedures associated                                                                                                                       d
                 with desk and dental office management responsibilities. Includes                             The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to
                                                                                                               combine their skills, knowledge, and special interests in the revision,                     e
                 employment strategies.
                 ✔	           DA-145-01       208396 H310           TH         12:30-2:20PM
                                                                                                               refinement, and further development of an original finished product
                                                                                                               representative of any one of the focus areas included in the Digital
                               CORONA                               $148       $10       $40          $198
                               Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: Pass CS-120 with a “C” or better.
                                                                                                               Multimedia Communications Program, and to collaborate with
                               At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                          peers in the process of integrating their work with one additional
                                                                                                               DMC focus area.
                 Digital Multimedia Communications                                                                          DMC-191-01 209169 M206
                                                                                                                             FLOWERS
                                                                                                                                                                TBA
                                                                                                                                                                $296
                                                                                                                                                                          TBA
                                                                                                                                                                          $20        $90        $406
                                                                                                                                                                                                           E
                                                                                                                                                                                                           F
                 DMC-100 INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA ARTS, 3 CREDITS                                                               Prerequisite: Pass DMC-190.                                                   i
                 Presents an overview of career opportunities in the media industry.                                                                                                                       C
                                                                                                               DMC-192 DMC PORTFOLIO PROJECT III, 4 CREDITS
                 Introduces basic principles common to success in the media indus-                                                                                                                         o
                                                                                                               The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to
                 try, the common media industry entrance strategies and the history
                                                                                                               combine their skills, knowledge, and special interests in the produc-
                 of the industry from film to online media. In addition this course
                                                                                                               tion and production management of an original portfolio project
                 will cover basic theories behind what shapes and drives the media
                                                                                                               that reflects full integration of DMC focus areas.
                 industry.
                                                                                                                            DMC-192-01 209170 M206              TBA       TBA
                         DMC-100-01 208435 M202    MW     12-1:20PM                                                                                                                                        ✔
                                                                                                                             FLOWERS                            $296      $20        $90        $406
                          MINGO                    $222   $15      $90                                $327
                                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Pass DMC-191.
                 DMC-104 DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING, 4 CREDITS
                 Students will utilize video editing skills, including logging and cap-                        DMC-242 FIELD RECORDING & SOUND DESIGN, 1 CREDIT
                 turing raw video, assembly of shots on a timeline, and the use of                             Offers students interested in recording and sweetening audio for
                 effects in the creation of a final video sequence.                                            film and opportunity to work with student film crews during the
                                                                                                               shooting and editing process.
                              DMC-104-01 208917 AC121               TTH        6-8:50PM
                               STAFF                                $296       $20      $90           $406                  DMC-242-01 208920 N216              F         6-8:50PM
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                                              N216              S         9-4:50PM
                                                                                                                             ROSE                               $74       $5       $90          $169
                                                                                                                             Meets: 5/20 & 5/21. Corequisite: DMC-205.
                                                                                                               DMC-265 ADVANCED DIGITAL FILMMAKING, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                               Applies filmmaking skills to the production of a short film from a
                                                                                                               written script.
                                                                                                                            DMC-265-01 208921 M125              TTH       9-11:20AM
                                                                                                                             MINGO                              $296      $20      $90          $406       E
                                                                                                                             Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or               I
                                                                                                                             placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass DMC-264 or instructor consent.        o
                                                                                                                                                                                                           m
                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish                ✔
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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                                                                                                                                                    Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition      Fee     Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


DMC-280 DMC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                          EC-202-01  209175 M258                TTH       10-11:50AM
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                       SHACKELFORD                          $296      $20      $0             $316




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media studies.                                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a
             DMC-280-01 208922 JOBSITE                                                                  “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
              MINGO                              $444         $30     $15        $489V                 EC-202-02  209176 M258                MW        11-12:50PM
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                             SHACKELFORD                          $296      $20      $0             $316
J-220        INTRO TO BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS                                                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a
Offers students interested in broadcast journalism basic skills of writ-                                “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
ing, reporting, and camera operation for broadcast.                                       ✔	           EC-202-03       209177 OIT157         W         6-9:50PM
             J-220-01        208231 M125         MWF          10-11:29AM                                WISMER                               $296      $20      $0             $316
                                                                                                        Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with
              MINGO                              $296         $20      $90        $406                  a “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111. At CCC Harmony
              Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                        Campus.
J-221        BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS
Offers students interested in broadcast journalism intermediate skills
of editing, compression, and uploading for broadcast.                                     Education
             J-221-01        208232 M125         MWF          10-11:29AM                  ECE-179      STARTING POINTS: THE OREGON REGISTRY, 1 CREDIT
              MINGO                              $296         $20      $90        $406
                                                                                          Designed to help participants explore in depth The Oregon Registry.
              Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass         Participants will be guided through the foundations of Oregon’s pro-
              J-220 with a “C” or better or instructor consent.                           fessional development system while engaging in relevant hands-on
                                                                                          activities. They will receive the information and materials needed to
J-222        ADVANCED BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS                                     apply to The Oregon Registry.
Offers students interested in broadcast journalism advanced skills of
managing reporters, videographers, and a web presence in a broad-                                      ECE-179-01      207009 DJ225          M         4:30-7:50PM
                                                                                                        MARINO                               $74       $5        $0             $79
cast newsroom.                                                                                          Meets: 5/2, 5/9 & 5/16.
             J-222-01        208233 M125         MWF          10-11:29AM
                                                                                          ECE-186      NATURE & GARDENING WITH PRESCHOOLERS, 1 CREDIT
              MINGO                              $296         $20      $90        $406
              Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass
                                                                                          Designed to assist participants in bringing nature and gardening
              J-220 and J-221 with a “C” or better or instructor consent.                 experiences to their early childhood environments. The many ben-
                                                                                          efits of this type of natural experience are explored, not the least of
Economics                                                                                 which is fostering their development across the various domains:
                                                                                          cognitive, socio-emotional, physical and language-literacy, while ex-
EC-200       INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS, 4 CREDITS                                         periencing the changing contexts of the four seasons.
General introduction to microeconomics as applied to individual                                        ECE-186-01      207010 DJ225          W         4:30-7:50PM
decision-making units and to macroeconomics as applied to the op-                                       STAFF                                $74       $5        $0             $79
eration of the economy as a whole.                                                                      Meets: 5/4, 5/11 & 5/18.
             EC-200-01       209171 ONLINE                                                ECE-239      HELPING CHILDREN & FAMILIES COPE WITH STRESS,
              WALLIS                             $296         $20     $35         $351                 3 CREDITS
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: lynnwa@        Explore stressors in society that can affect children and families;
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3884. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-           the effects of stress on children and families and ways to help them
              ment in RD-115.                                                             cope.
EC-201       PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MICRO, 4 CREDITS                                    HYB          ECE-239-01      207011 DJ225          M         4:30-7:50PM
Focuses on micro-economic theory dealing with the behavior of                                           WATKINS                              $222      $15       $0            $237
individuals and individual firms within different market structures.                                    Hybrid. Meets: 3/28, 4/25 & 6/6. Contact: michaelw@clackamas.edu
Covers concepts of competition, consumer decisions, the use price                                       or 503-594-3889.
of economic resources, and international trade.                                           ECE-280      EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION/CWE, 3 CREDITS
             EC-201-01  209172 M258              TTH          8-9:50AM                    Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
              SHACKELFORD                        $296         $20      $0         $316    early childhood education.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a                     ECE-280-01 207012 DJ225               T         2:30-3:50PM
              “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
                                                                                                        MCILVEEN/BRIARE                      $222      $15       $15           $252
✔	           EC-201-15       209423 W211         S            8-5:50PM                                  Class will meet 3/29 & 6/7 from 2:30-3:50 in DJ225. Required: Instructor
              WISMER                             $0           $0       $316       $316                  consent. Contact: patriciam@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3209. Corequisite:
              Meets: 4/2-4/30. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115;                         CWE-281-30.
              pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
                                                                                          ED-100       INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS
              At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
                                                                                          Examines teaching as a profession. Provides opportunities for direct
             EC-201-02  209173 M258              MW           9-10:50AM                   experience with, and analysis of, educational settings. Explores cur-
              SHACKELFORD                        $296         $20      $0         $316    rent issues in education and characteristics of effective schools.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a
              “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.                                        ED-100-01       207013 DJ225          TTH       1-2:20PM
                                                                                                        HAMM                                 $222      $15      $0             $237
             EC-201-03       209174 ONLINE
                                                                                                       ED-100-02       207014
              WALLIS                             $296         $20     $35         $351
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: lynnwa@                      HAMM                                 $222      $15         $35         $272
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3884. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: paulah@
              ment in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3210.
              MTH-105 or MTH-111.                                                         ED-114       INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES IN MATH & SCIENCE,
EC-202       PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MACRO, 4 CREDITS                                                 3 CREDITS
Introduction to economic theory, policy, and institutions. Focuses                        Introduces the development of math and science concepts and
on macro-economic theory, scarcity, production, money, unemploy-                          presents a systematic approach to math and science instruction. Stu-
ment, inflation, and international finance.                                               dents learn to link math and science instruction and assessment to
                                                                                          state content standards.
✔	           EC-202-15       209425 W211         S            8-5:50PM
              WISMER                             $0           $0       $316       $316                 ED-114-01  207015 DJ225               TH        4:30-7:20PM
              Meets: 5/7-6/4. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass                     MCCORMICK                            $222      $15       $0            $237
              MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
              At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                                                                                                                              Continued

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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


                 Education, continued                                                                           ED-280       PRACTICUM/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                                                Supervised practicum in a school setting. Students will utilize and
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                 ED-130       COMPREHENSIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS                                     develop knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to working in a
                 Provides theory & methodology for managing small & large groups.                               school and with children.
                 Covers the four major factors or skill areas of effective classroom                                         ED-280-01       207024 JOBSITE
                 management.                                                                                                  HAMM                                 $444       $30         $15        $489V
                              ED-130-01       207017 ONLINE                                                                   Required: Instructor consent, a CWE seminar and successful completion of
                                                                                                                              or current enrollment in ED-100. Contact: paulah@clackamas.edu or 503-
                               SCOTT                                $222       $15         $35          $272
                                                                                                                              594-3210.
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: laurette@

                                                                                                                Electronics & Microelectronics
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3840.
                 ED-169       STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, 3 CREDITS
                 An introduction to the disabling conditions of students with special                           All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor
                 needs and their implications in school settings. Defines and identi-                           prior to registering. Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the
                 fies intervention strategies for disabilities covered under federal law.                       Student Success Center, 503-594-3475.
                              ED-169-01       207018 ONLINE                                                     EET-127      SEMICONDUCTOR CIRCUITS I, 4 CREDITS
                               SCOTT                                $222       $15         $35          $272    Introduction to basic concepts of semiconductor devices and funda-
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: laurette@           mental principles of the device operation. Industry standard devices
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3840
                                                                                                                used.
                 ED-229       LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT, 3 CREDITS                                                              EET-127-01      207590 B152           TTHF       2-4:20PM
                 Addresses current theory regarding human development, intelli-                                               STAGER                               $296       $20      $120           $436
                 gence, motivation, and the learning process. Student learns to apply                                         Prerequisite: EET-137.
                 strategies and techniques derived from these theories.
                                                                                                                EET-142      ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS III, 4 CREDITS
                              ED-229-01       207019                                                            AC circuits analysis, peak, average, RMS, and peak-to-peak voltages
                               SCOTT                                $222       $15         $35          $272    in relation to AC circuits. Power, energy, frequency, and transform-
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: laurette@
                                                                                                                ers are covered.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3840.
                                                                                                                             EET-142-01      207591 B152           TTH        5-8:50PM
                 ED-246       SCHOOL, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS,                                                         STAGER                               $296       $20      $120           $436
                              4 CREDITS                                                                                       Prerequisite: EET-141.
                 Provides the knowledge and skills required to work effectively with
                                                                                                                EET-230      LASER & FIBER OPTICS, 3 CREDITS
                 schools, families and communities in early childhood PK-3 settings
                                                                                                                This course focuses on basic theory and practice of laser and fiber
                 via use of conferences, meetings and other resources (including in-
                                                                                                                optics. Students study optical fiber, optical components, testing and
                 ternet research.)
                                                                                                                instrumentation, optical networks, etc. as well as general characteris-
                 HYB          ED-246-01       207020 DJ225          W          4:30-8:20PM                      tics of lasers, laser excitation, semiconductor lasers, etc.
                               SCOTT                                $296       $20       $0             $316
                               Hybrid. Meets: 4/13, 4/20 & 6/8. Contact: laurette@clackamas.edu                              EET-230-01 207593 B152     TTHF                  1-1:50PM
                               or 503-594-3840.                                                                               STAGER                    $222                  $15      $90            $327
                                                                                                                EET-257      DIGITAL LOGIC II, 4 CREDITS
                 ED-254       INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE
                              LEARNERS, 3 CREDITS                                                               Bus systems, computer peripherals and systems using latches, regis-
                 Examines pedagogical and cultural approaches which lead to suc-                                ters, counter and memory circuits are developed and analyzed.
                 cessful acquisition of English language skills and content knowl-                                           EET-257-01 207594 B152                MW         4:30-8:20PM
                 edge.                                                                                                        SELLEVAAG                            $296       $20       $120          $436
                                                                                                                              Prerequisite: EET-157.
                              ED-254-01       207021 TBA            TBA        TBA
                               HAMM                                 $222       $15         $35          $272    SM-170       SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING III, 2 CREDITS
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Contact: paulah@              Covers essential process and equipment related to etching, diffusion
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3210.                                                   and ion implantation. Troubleshooting of common equipment pro-
                 ED-258       MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                cess and related problems.
                 Covers the philosophy, activities, and techniques appropriate to a                                          SM-170-01  207683 ONLINE
                 culturally sensitive classroom. Students will develop an understand-                                         SELLEVAAG                            $148       $10         $95         $253
                 ing of the impact of culture on individual perception and learning                                           Online. Contact: Wayne Sellevaag at waynes@clackamas.edu
                 and group dynamics.                                                                                          or 503-594-3841. Prerequisite: SM-150.
                              ED-258-01 207022 DJ225                TTH        10:30-11:50AM                    SM-229       VACUUM TECHNOLOGY, 2 CREDITS
                               HAMM                                 $222       $15       $0             $237    Focuses on elementary theory and practices of high vacuum equip-
                 ED-272       PRACTICUM III, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                ment for microelectronics processing. Covers vacuum fundamentals,
                 Educational field experience in a classroom setting for students pur-                          pumps and equipment used in vacuum systems.
                 suing careers in early childhood education.                                                                 SM-229-01  207684 ONLINE
                              ED-272-01       207023 DJ226          TH         2-4:20PM                                       SELLEVAAG                            $148       $10         $95         $253
                                                                                                                              Online. Contact: Wayne Sellevaag at waynes@clackamas.edu
                               MCILVEEN                             $296       $20      $0              $316                  or 503-594-3841. Prerequisite: SM-150.
                               Meets: 3/31, 4/28, 5/19 & 6/9. Required: Instructor consent. Contact:
                               patriciam@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3209. Prerequisites: ED-270 &                 SM-280       ELECT/MICROELECTRONICS CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               ED-271.                                                                          Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
                                                                                                                of microelectronics or electronics.
                                                                                                                             SM-280-01       207685 JOBSITE
                                                                                                                              LOCKE                                $444       $30         $15        $489V
                                                                                                                              Restricted: Microelectronics or electronics students. Required: Instructor
                                                                                                                              consent and a CWE seminar.


                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         14.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total



Emergency Medical Technology                                                                HPD-009      CPR-INITIAL, 0.6 CEU
                                                                                            American Heart Association (AHA) Heathcare Provider CPR class. For




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Visit the department website at http://depts.clackamas.edu/emt/ for more                    initial training of AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card.
information and to download the EMT Basic registration checklist.                           ✔	           HPD-009-10 208404 H335    S                     9-3:20PM
                                                                                                          HUNGERFORD-LEVINE/SAWZAK $0                    $0       $75            $75
EMT-101      EMT BASIC PART I, 5 CREDITS
                                                                                                          Meets: 4/2, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase and read
Develops recognition of illness and injuries. Entry level training in                                     text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased
basic life support skills. Successful completion of course necessary to                                   through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore
apply for state certification.                                                                            location and hours. At CCC Harmony Campus.
✔	           EMT-101-01 209466 H330               TTH        1-8:50PM                       ✔	           HPD-009-11 208405 H335    S                     9-3:20PM
                               H335               TTH        1-8:50PM                                     HUNGERFORD-LEVINE/SAWZAK $0                    $0       $75            $75
              SAWZAK/SAWZAK                       $370       $25      $175          $570                  Meets: 4/30, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase and read
              Meets: 3/29-5/3. Required: Instructor consent. Required: Pass RD-090 or                     text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased
              placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121; pass MTH-                          through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore
              060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065. Prerequisite: AHA CPR                     location and hours. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              Healthcare
                                                                                            ✔	           HPD-009-12 208406 H335               S          9-3:20PM
              Provider or equivalent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                                          SAWZAK/SAWZAK                       $0         $0       $75            $75
EMT-102      EMT BASIC PART II, 5 CREDITS                                                                 Meets: 6/4, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase & read
Continuation of EMT-101. Focus on: Medical and trauma emergen-                                            text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased
cies, EMS operations, and special populations. Includes 16 hours of                                       through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore
observational time in an emergency department or an EMS unit.                                             location and hours. At CCC Harmony Campus.
✔	           EMT-102-01 208398 H330               TTH        1-8:50PM
                               H335               TTH        1-8:50PM                       Energy Resource Management
              SAWZAK/SAWZAK                       $370       $25      $200          $595    The ERM program offers a one-year certificate and two-year AAS degree to
              Meets: 5/5-6/9. Includes 16 hrs of observational time in an emergency
              department with an EMS unit. Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite:
                                                                                            prepare students for entry level operations careers in the utility industry. All
              Pass EMT-101. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                          degree/certificate seeking students should arrange to speak to an advisor
✔	           EMT-102-02 208425 H330               MW         2-5:50PM                       prior to registering. Call Angie Sandercock at 503-594-0944 for more infor-
                               H335               MW         2-5:50PM                       mation or advising needs. See Utility Workforce Readiness for other technical
                               H335               W          2-5:20PM                       utility related certificates.
✔             SAWZAK/SAWZAK                       $370       $25      $335          $730    ERM-103      ENERGY & RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY III: GENERATION,
              Meets: 3/28-6/11. Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: Pass EMT-                    3 CREDITS
              101. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                   Examine various methods for generating electricity, and power
EMT-105      INTRODUCTION TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES,                                    distribution throughout the Northwest. Coal, natural gas, nuclear,
             3 CREDITS                                                                      hydro, diesel powered plants, and the path to emerging technologies
Introduces the student to EMS. Examines the career path for para-                           such as wind, solar, geothermal and wave energy resources.
medics. Explores structure and function of EMS systems. Includes                            ✔	HYB	       ERM-103-01 207986 W214               M          6-8:50PM
roles and responsibilities, operations, medico-legal consideration,                                       MCLAIN                              $0         $0       $222         $222
stress management, bloodborne pathogens, and other Oregon spe-                                            Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Prerequisites: Pass
cific content.                                                                                            ERM-102 with a “C” or better. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
✔	           EMT-105-01      208399 H330          MW         12-1:20PM                      ERM-180      ENERGY & RESOURCE MGMT/CWE, 3 CREDITS
              SAWZAK                              $222       $15      $40           $277    Practical work experience in, and exploration of, an energy or utility
              At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                        resource company under supervision of the instructor and employer.
EMT-107      EMT RESCUE, 3 CREDITS                                                          ✔	           ERM-180-01 207989 JOBSITE
Covers EMS operational areas incuding rescue practices, standard                                          IVEY                                $0         $0          $271      $271
and rapid patient extrication, introduction to heavy extrication,                                         Restricted to Energy & Utility Resource Management students only.
control of rescue operations, scene safety and more.                                                      Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar. Contact: bernicei@
                                                                                                          clackamas.edu or 503-594-0945. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
✔            EMT-107-01 208400 H330               TH         2-4:50PM
              COOPER/COOPER/MILLS                 $222       $15      $100          $337    ERM-203      ENERGY APPLICATIONS III: SEMINAR, 4 CREDITS
              Restricted: Current CCC EMT students only. Required: 16 lab/observation       Energy seminar. Research and report on current developments of en-
              hrs/TBA. Prerequisite: Pass EMT-101. At CCC Harmony Campus.                   ergy applications. Reports will define internship projects.
EMT-108      EMERGENCY RESPONSE PATIENT TRANSPORTATION,                                     ✔	HYB	       ERM-203-01 207990 W214               T          6-8:50PM
             2 CREDITS                                                                                    MCLAIN                              $0         $0       $296         $296
Covers ambulance operations, laws, maintenance and safety, emer-                                          Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Prerequisites: Pass
gency response driving and route planning. Required credits for the                                       ERM-202 with a “C” or better. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
CCC one-year EMT certificate program. Required for transferring to
two-year AAS-EMT program.                                                                   Engineering
✔	           EMT-108-01 208401 H330               TH         8-11:50AM                      GE-115       ENGINEERING GRAPHICS, 3 CREDITS
              COOPER/COOPER                       $148       $10      $75           $233    Mechanical design automation software used to design parts and as-
              Prerequsite: Pass EMT-101. At CCC Harmony Campus.                             semblies, design methods used to build, maintain and modify parts.
EMT-117      EMT INTERMEDIATE PART II, 5 CREDITS                                            Covers 2-D documentation and isometric views cooperated with
Continuation of EMT-116. Focus on: Cardiac and other medical                                ASME standards. Includes real time shaded 3-D modeling.
emergencies, and trauma management.                                                                      GE-115-01  207957 B274               M          5-7:50PM
✔	           EMT-117-01      208403 H330          MW         6-9:20PM                                     WILLARDSON                          $222       $15      $20          $257
                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                    H335          MW         6-9:20PM                                     placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: GE-101A.
              ZOLLNER                             $370       $25      $200          $595
              Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisites: Current State of Oregon
              EMT-Basic certification in good standing, AHA Healthcare Provider CPR or
              equivalent and pass EMT-116. At CCC Harmony Campus.


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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee      Total


                 Engineering, continued                                                                      ENG-250      GRECO-ROMAN MYTHOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                             Analysis of the themes and structures of the myths of the ancient
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                 GE-213       STRENGTH OF MATERIALS, 4 CREDITS                                               Greek and Roman cultures; study of the influence on the cultures
                 The relation of externally applied loads and their internal effects on                      that followed. Insight into the social, psychological, and aesthetic
                 deformable bodies; such as columns, shafts, beams, and statically in-                       nature of mythology. Introduction to theoretical approaches to
                 determinant structures or systems made up of such members.                                  myth interpretation.
                              GE-213-01  207958 P102               MW         3-4:50PM                                    ENG-250-01 209145 RR209             TTH          10-11:50AM
                               WILLARDSON                          $296       $20      $20           $336                  BRYANT-TRERISE                     $296         $20      $0          $316
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                             Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass GE-211.                                             placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                             ENG-254      AMERICAN LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS
                 English Composition                                                                         Mid-nineteenth century to twentieth century. Surveys the develop-
                                                                                                             ment of American fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama through
                 See “Writing” for all writing and English composition classes.                              the study of the works of both major and lesser-known writers.
                                                                                                                          ENG-254-01      208447 RR209        MW           12-1:50PM
                 English Literature                                                                                        DAVIS                              $296         $20      $0          $316
                 ENG-106      INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: POETRY, 4 CREDITS                                                Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 Introduction to American and international poetry.                                                        placement in WR-121.
                 HYB          ENG-106-01      208441 RR207         MW         2-3:20PM                       ENG-266      THE LITERATURE OF WAR, 4 CREDITS
                               BURNELL                             $296       $20      $0            $316    Fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and popular song lyrics dealing with the
                               Hybrid. Meets every Monday & Wednesday plus online hours. Contact:            experience of war. Writers such as Crane, Remarque, Trumbo, Heller,
                               carolb@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3256. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or             Vonnegut, Owen, Sassoon, and writers of the Vietnam War will be
                               placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                      examined and discussed.
                 ENG-108      WORLD LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS                                                    HYB          ENG-266-01      208448 RR209        M            10-11:50AM
                 The Dark Ages through the Enlightenment, emphasizing Cervantes,                                           MCALPINE                           $296         $20      $0          $316
                 Dante, and Voltaire.                                                                                      Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: jeffmc@
                              ENG-108-01 209142 B239               MW         1-2:50PM                                     clackamas.edu or 503-594-3263. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                                                                                                                           ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                               BRYANT-TRERISE                      $296       $20      $0            $316
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or               ENG-280      ENGLISH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               placement in WR-121.                                                          Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 ENG-130      LEADERSHIP IN LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS                                            English studies.
                 Examines the nature of leadership by analyzing characters who are                                        ENG-280-01      208449 JOBSITE
                 leaders in major literary works. Students will read and analyze texts,                                    MOUNT                              $444         $30      $15        $489V
                 discuss character motivation, and determine an alternate resolution                                       Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                 to story issues if possible.                                                                ENG-296      ADAPTATION: LITERATURE INTO FILM, 4 CREDITS
                              ENG-130-01 208443 RR209              TTH        1-2:50PM                       Explores the art of transforming literary text into films. Focuses on
                               COFFEY/WATERS                       $296       $20      $0            $316    various literary genres such as the novel, the short story, the play,
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or               and the nonfiction event, and analyses the process of adapting these
                               placement in WR-121.                                                          stories.
                 ENG-205      SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS                                                     ENG-296-01      208451 RR209        T            5-8:50PM
                 Late eighteenth century to modern. Representative readings from                                           DAVIS                              $296         $20      $0          $316
                 the Romantic (beginning with Blake), Victorian and modern periods                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 (through Eliot, Auden and Thomas).                                                                        placement in WR-121.
                              ENG-205-01
                               MOUNT
                                              209677 ONLINE
                                                                   $296       $20         $35        $351    English as a Second Language
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: davidmo@clack-   All new students attending classes at CCC campus or Harmony/OIT campus
                               amas.edu or 503-594-3265. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in            must enroll in ESL-012-01 or ESL-012-06. Call 503-594-3234 for campus
                               RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                             appointment and 503-594-0638 for Harmony/OIT appointment.
                 ENG-213      U.S. LATINO LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS
                 Survey of U.S. Latino/a literature of various genres and historical                         Todos los estudiantes de nuevo ingreso que asisten a clases en CCC en
                 periods. Literary contributions by writers of varied cultural heritage,                     Oregon City o Harmony/OIT en Milwaukie, deberán inscribirse en la clase
                 including Chicano, Cuban-American, Puerto-Rican and more.                                   ESL-012-01 o ESL-012-06. Llame al 503-594-3234 si quiere ir al campus
                              ENG-213-01      209144 ONLINE                                                  en Oregon City, o al 503-594-0638 si quiere ir al campus de Harmony/OIT
                               COFFEY                              $296       $20         $35        $351    en Milwaukie.
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: amandac@clack-   CIV-007      CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION, 0 CREDIT
                               amas.edu or 503-594-3257. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in            Prepares students to pass the oral exam for U.S. citizenship. Students
                               RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                   study U.S. history, government, citizens’ rights and responsibilities,
                                                                                                             and U.S. symbols independently or in small groups, taking quizzes
                                                                                                             after completing separate modules.
                                                                                                                          CIV-007-01      207107 CLSRM        TBA          TBA
                                                                                                                           VERGUN                             $0           $0       $20           $20
                                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent. Contact Andrea Vergun at 503-594-3880.




                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         14.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


ENL-117      ADVANCED GRAMMAR A, 3 CREDITS                                                 ESL-035      ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SKILLS, 0 CREDIT
Part A of a two-part series. Presentation and practice of adverb claus-                    Advanced-level students develop fluency in speaking and listening




                                                                                                                                                                                      Course Listing
es, discourse connectors, reported speech, noun clauses and “it” in                        in the contexts of school, work, family and community. Prepares
subject position in written and spoken English.                                            students for success in discussions, interviews, conferences, presen-
             ENL-117-01      207941 F117           MW        11:30-12:50PM                 tations, and academic note taking.
              WIGGINS                              $222      $15       $0          $237                 ESL-035-01      207091 S136          TTH       10:30-11:50AM
              Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite: PIE-070.                                        WILLIAMS                            $0        $0        $20          $20
ENL-119      ADVANCED READING & WRITING, 6 CREDITS                                                       Required: Instructor consent.
Advanced level ESL students will practice academic reading, writing,                       ESL-040      BEGINNING GRAMMAR, 0 CREDIT
and editing skills. Students generally take this course for more than                      Presentation and practice present simple tense of the verb “to be
one term to satisfy all requirements.                                                      nouns,” descriptive/possessive adjectives, prepositions of place and
             ENL-119-01      207948 S133           MWF       9-10:50AM                     time, and simple sentence structures in written and spoken English.
              CULLEY                               $444      $30      $0           $474                 ESL-040-01 207092 D105               TTH       9-10:20AM
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                              BACHMANN                            $0        $0       $20           $20
ENL-120      ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SKILLS, 3 CREDITS                                                    Required: Instructor consent.
Develops fluency in speaking and listening in the contexts of                              ✔	           ESL-040-11      208420 CATC706 MW              6-7:20PM
school, work, family and community. Prepares students for success                                        JOYCE                         $0              $0       $20           $20
in discussions, interviews, conferences, presentations, and academic                                     Required: Instructor consent. At Canby Applied Technology Center.
notetaking.                                                                                ✔	           ESL-040-06      207114 MOD2A         MW        7:30-8:50PM
             ENL-120-01      207935 S136           TTH       10:30-11:50AM                               RUHL                                $0        $0        $20          $20
                                                                                                         Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              WILLIAMS                             $222      $15       $0          $237
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                ESL-041      UPPER BEGINNING GRAMMAR, 0 CREDIT
ESL-010      TUTORING (LITERACY), 0 CREDIT                                                 This class will present and practice verb tenses (present simple, past
Adult students meet one-on-one or in a small group with a tutor to                         simple, and present progressive), indefinite articles, and nouns in
focus on specific learning needs. Sessions are held in various public                      written and spoken English.
places throughout Clackamas County, such as libraries, schools,                                         ESL-041-01 207093 D105               MW        11:30-12:50PM
churches, and the college campuses and outreach sites. Tutors help                                       GOLDSTEIN                           $0        $0        $20          $20
to set student goals and a plan of learning.                                                             Required: Instructor consent.
             ESL-010-01      208423 CLSRM          TBA       TBA                           ✔	           ESL-041-06      207115 MOD2B         TTH       7:30-8:50PM
              VERGUN                               $0        $0         $0           $0                  WIGGINS                             $0        $0        $20          $20
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                              Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
ESL-022      LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT                                                   ESL-042      INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT
Introduces the language necessary to function in day-to-day Ameri-                         This course is Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to pres-
can society at the beginning level; listening, speaking, reading, and                      ent and practice the formation and use of the simple present and
writing are taught in the contexts of work, family, and community.                         present progressive with a focus on non-action verbs and extended
                                                                                           time, past simple, past progressive, used to, the future, and wh-ques-
             ESL-022-01 207088 D104                MWF       11-12:50PM
                                                                                           tions in written and spoken English.
              BACHMANN                             $0        $0       $40           $40
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                             ESL-042-01      207094 S133          MW        11:30-12:50PM
                                                                                                         MUNRO                               $0        $0        $20          $20
✔	           ESL-022-06      207110 MOD1A          MW        6-8:50PM                                    Required: Instructor consent.
              RUEDA                                $0        $0       $40           $40
              Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.                         ✔	           ESL-042-06 207898 MOD1B              TTH       7:30-8:50PM
                                                                                                         AINSWORTH                           $0        $0        $20          $20
✔	           ESL-022-07      207111 MOD1A          TTH       6-8:50PM                                    Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              LONG                                 $0        $0       $40           $40
              Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.                         ESL-044      UPPER INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT
✔	           ESL-022-11      207985 CATC719 MW               6-7:20PM                      Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to help upper-inter-
              CULLEY                        $0               $0       $20           $20    mediate ESL students gain knowledge and proficiency in the use of
              Required: Instructor consent. At Canby Applied Technology Center.            verb forms that frequently occur together, gerunds, infinitives, and
ESL-033      INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION, 0 CREDIT                                           causative verbs.
Intermediate-level students study and practice speaking and listen-                                     ESL-044-01      207095 S136          MW        11:30-12:50PM
ing to improve their fluency in English for living and working situ-                                     RUHL                                $0        $0        $20          $20
ations.                                                                                                  Required: Instructor consent.
             ESL-033-01 207089 D105                TTH       10:30-11:50AM                 ✔	           ESL-044-06      207900 MOD2A         TTH       7:30-8:50PM
              GOLDSTEIN                            $0        $0        $20          $20                  FRANZONI                            $0        $0        $20          $20
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                              Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.

✔	           ESL-033-06 207112 MOD1B               TTH       6-7:20PM                      ESL-045      ADVANCED GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT
              AINSWORTH                            $0        $0       $20           $20    Part A of a two-part series. Presentation and practice of adverb claus-
              Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.                         es, connectors, reported speech, ‘it’ in subject position, and noun
ESL-034      UPPER INTERMED CONVERSATION, 0 CREDIT                                         clauses in written and spoken English.
Upper-intermediate level students study and practice speaking and                                       ESL-045-01      207096 F117          MW        11:30-12:50PM
listening to improve their fluency in English for living and working                                     WIGGINS                             $0        $0        $20          $20
situations. Emphasis will be on developing conversational skills as                                      Required: Instructor consent.
needed for success in meeting personal, educational, family, and                           ESL-046      ADVANCED GRAMMAR B, 0 CREDIT
workplace goals.                                                                           Part B of a two-part series. Presentation and practice of count/non-
             ESL-034-01      207090 D104           TTH       10:30-11:50AM                 count nouns, definite/indefinite articles, modals, and conditional
              MUNRO                                $0        $0        $20          $20    sentences in written and spoken English.
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                ✔	           ESL-046-06      207901 OIT170        TTH       7:30-8:50PM
✔	           ESL-034-06      207113 MOD2B          TTH       6-7:20PM                                    NAMI                                $0        $0        $20          $20
              WIGGINS                              $0        $0       $20           $20                  Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total


                 English as a Second Language, continued                                                    ESL-055      ADVANCED READING & WRITING, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                            Advanced-level students will practice academic reading, writing, and
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                 ESL-048      EDITING FOR BETTER WRITING, 0 CREDIT                                          editing skills. Students generally take this course for more than one
                 In this course, upper-intermediate and higher-level ESL students will                      term in order to satisfy all requirements.
                 improve their writing through editing. They will also engage in ex-                                     ESL-055-01      207101 S133           MWF       9-10:50AM
                 tended reading to provide a context for writing.                                                         CULLEY                               $0        $0       $40            $40
                              ESL-048-01 207102 D105               MWF       9-10:50AM                                    Required: Instructor consent.
                               GOLDSTEIN                           $0        $0       $40           $40     ESL-065      PRONUNCIATION B, 0 CREDIT
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                This class is for ESL students at the intermediate-level or higher who
                 ESL-049      UPPER BEGINNING READING AND WRITING, 0 CREDIT                                 want to sound more natural when speaking English. Activities will
                 For upper-beginning level ESL students who read and write at the                           focus on increasing student awareness of the sounds of American
                 sentence level. Students read short texts in order to improve reading                      English, improving intelligibility, and producing speech more flu-
                 skills, write a variety of sentences and put related sentences in para-                    ently.
                 graph form.                                                                                             ESL-065-01      207104 S136           TTH       1-2:20PM
                              ESL-049-01      207098 F117          MWF       9-10:50AM                                    WILLIAMS                             $0        $0       $20            $20
                               LONG                                $0        $0       $40           $40                   Required: Instructor consent.
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                ✔	           ESL-065-06      209421 OIT170         TTH       6-7:20PM
                                                                                                                          NAMI                                 $0        $0       $20            $20
                 ✔            ESL-049-06      209652 OIT170        MWF       6-8:50PM                                     Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                               NAMI                                $0        $0       $40           $40
                               Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.                         ESL-067      VIDEO & CONVERSATION, 0 CREDIT
                 ESL-050      BEGINNING READING/WRITING, 0 CREDIT                                           Intensifies intermediate/advanced ESL language skills in listening/
                 This course is designed to teach beginning-level students who have                         speaking. Students view Crossroads Café video series, complete
                 limited knowledge of written English. Students will practice alpha-                        workbook exercises, practice listening for specific information, par-
                 bet recognition, read and write short sentences, study new vocabu-                         ticipate in pair, small group, and whole class discussions and activi-
                 lary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning skills to                       ties.
                 use in everyday life and in the workplace.                                                              ESL-067-01      209571 D104           TTH       1-2:20PM
                              ESL-050-01      207097 D105          TTH       1-2:20PM                                     FALLON                               $0        $0       $20            $20
                               WIGGINS                             $0        $0       $20           $20                   Required: Instructor consent.
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                ESL-070      COMPUTER LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 ✔	           ESL-050-06      207902 MOD2A         MW        6-7:20PM                       Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using
                               RUHL                                $0        $0       $20           $20     language learning software.
                               Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                      ESL-070-01 207109 D130                TBA       TBA
                 ✔	           ESL-050-11      208273 CATC706 MW              7:30-8:50PM                                  WILLIAMS/FALLON                      $0        $0           $0          $0
                               JOYCE                         $0              $0        $20          $20                   Required: Instructor consent.
                               Required: Instructor consent. At Canby Applied Technology Center.            ✔	           ESL-070-06 207926 H190                TTH       TBA
                 ESL-051      UPPER BEGINNING READING, 0 CREDIT                                                           FALLON/WIGGINS                       $0        $0           $0          $0
                 For upper-beginning level ESL students who read at the sentence                                          Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 level. Students read short texts in order to improve reading skills.                       ESL-071      ESL SKILLS LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 ✔	           ESL-051-11      209572 CATC719 MW              7:30-8:50PM                    Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using
                               CULLEY                        $0              $0        $20          $20     language learning software.
                               Required: Instructor consent. At Canby Applied Technology Center.
                                                                                                            ✔	           ESL-071-11 208360 CATC723 MW                    5:30-6:00PM
                 ESL-053      INTERMEDIATE READING/WRITING, 0 CREDIT                                                      FALLON/WILLIAMS          $0                    $0        $0             $0
                 This course is designed for the intermediate-level ESL student who                                       Required: Instructor consent. At Canby Applied Technology Center.
                 is ready to begin writing at the paragraph level. The major purpose                        ✔	           ESL-071-41      207980 CLS1           TTH       5:30-6:00PM
                 of the course is to improve the student?s reading and writing skills                                     FALLON                               $0        $0        $0             $0
                 as needed for more advanced ESL and college courses, in the work-                                        Required: Instructor consent. At Molalla Outreach Center.
                 place, and in everyday life.                                                               ESL-083      VOCABULARY BUILDING B, 0 CREDIT
                              ESL-053-01 207099 D104               MWF       9-10:50AM                      This course will present and provide opportunities to practice Eng-
                               BACHMANN                            $0        $0       $40           $40     lish spelling patterns and rules and individualize instruction to ad-
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                dress spelling challenges.
                 ✔	           ESL-053-06 207904 MOD2B              MW        6-8:50PM                                    ESL-083-01      209254 D104           TTH       9-10:20AM
                               VAN ZUTPHEN                         $0        $0       $40           $40                   MUNRO                                $0        $0       $20            $20
                               Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                       Required: Instructor consent.
                 ESL-054      UPPER INTERMEDIATE READING/WRITING, 0 CREDIT                                  ✔	           ESL-083-06      209256 MOD2A          TTH       6-7:20PM
                 Upper-intermediate students will practice reading and writing skills                                     FRANZONI                             $0        $0       $20            $20
                 needed to succeed in college, the workplace, and everyday life. In-                                      Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 troduction to multiple paragraph essays.                                                   ESL-199      MULTILEVEL READING & WRITING, 0 CREDIT
                              ESL-054-01      207100 S136          MWF       9-10:50AM                      This course is designed for ESL students who want to improve their
                               MUNRO                               $0        $0       $40           $40     reading and writing skills as needed for more advanced ESL and col-
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                lege courses, for the workplace, and for everyday life.
                 ✔	           ESL-054-06      207905 MOD1B         MW        6-8:50PM                       ✔	           ESL-199-41      207956 CLS2           TTH       6-8:50PM
                               VERGUN                              $0        $0       $40           $40                   MEIER                                $0        $0       $20            $20
                               Required: Instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                       Required: Instructor consent. At Molalla Outreach Center.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


            46   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                     Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                       Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


PIE-011      PIE TUTORING, 0 CREDIT                                                  PIE-067      VIDEO AND CONVERSATION, 0 CREDIT
Designed for the Program for Intensive English student who needs                     Intensifies intermediate/advanced ESL language skills in listening/




                                                                                                                                                                                 Course Listing
one-on-one instruction in conversation, pronunciation, reading,                      speaking. Students view Crossroads Café video series, complete
grammar, writing, or GED preparation.                                                workbook exercises, practice listening for specific information, par-
             PIE-011-01 207951 D150            TBA       TBA                         ticipate in pair, small group, whole class activities.
              GOLDSTEIN                        $0        $0       $672       $672                 PIE-067-01      209570 D104           TTH       1-2:20PM
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                        FALLON                               $0        $0       $672          $672
PIE-034      UPPER INTERMED CONVERSATION, 3 CREDITS                                                Required: Instructor consent.
Upper-intermediate level students practice speaking and listening to                 PIE-070      COMPUTER LAB, 0 CREDIT
improve their fluency in English for living and working situations.                  Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using
Emphasis will be on developing conversational skills as needed for                   language learning software.
success in meeting personal, educational, family, and workplace                                   PIE-070-01 208424 D130                TBA       TBA
goals.                                                                                             GOLDSTEIN                            $0        $0          $0           $0
             PIE-034-01      207934 D104       TTH       10:30-11:50AM                             Required: Instructor consent.
              MUNRO                            $222      $15       $0        $237    PIE-080      TOEFL/TOEIC PREPARATION, 0 CREDIT
              Required: Instructor consent.                                          Prepares students for the Test of English as a Foreign Language
PIE-042      INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 3 CREDITS                                       (TOEFL) and the Test of English for International Communication
This course is Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to pres-              (TOEIC) by improving listening, grammar, reading and writing
ent and practice the formation and use of the simple present and                     skills. Includes familiarization with test components, test-taking
present progressive with a focus on non-action verbs and extended                    techniques, strategies and computer skills.
time, past simple, past progressive, use to, the future, and wh-ques-                             PIE-080-01 207952 D150                TBA       TBA
tions in written and spoken English.                                                               GOLDSTEIN                            $0        $0          $672       $672
             PIE-042-01      207939 S133       MW        11:30-12:50PM                             Required: Instructor consent.
              MUNRO                            $222      $15       $0        $237    PIE-083      VOCABULARY BUILDING B, 3 CREDITS
              Required: Instructor consent.                                          This course will present and provide opportunities to practice Eng-
PIE-044      UPPER INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 3 CREDITS                                 lish spelling patterns and rules and individualize instruction to ad-
Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to help upper-inter-                 dress spelling challenges.
mediate ESL students gain knowledge and proficiency in the use of                                 PIE-083-01      209255 D104           TTH       9-10:20AM
verb forms that frequently occur together, gerunds, infinitives, and                               MUNRO                                $222      $15      $0            $237
causative verbs.                                                                                   Required: Instructor consent.
             PIE-044-01      207940 S136       MW        11:30-12:50PM               PIE-090      THE CLACKAMAS EXPERIENCE!, 0 CREDIT
              RUHL                             $222      $15       $0        $237    Designed for international students entering Clackamas Community
              Required: Instructor consent.                                          College for the first time. Students learn about college policies and
PIE-048      EDITING FOR BETTER WRITING, 6 CREDITS                                   procedures, students? rights and responsibilities, learning styles,
In this course, upper-intermediate and higher-level ESL students will                possible programs of study, matriculation procedures, and culture
improve their writing through editing. They will also engage in ex-                  shock.
tended reading to provide a context for writing.                                                  PIE-090-01 207953 D105                W         1-1:50PM
             PIE-048-01 207946 D105            MWF       9-10:50AM                                 GOLDSTEIN                            $0        $0       $0              $0
              GOLDSTEIN                        $444      $30      $0         $474                  Required: Instructor consent.
              Required: Instructor consent.
PIE-053      INTERMEDIATE READING/WRITING, 6 CREDITS                                 Environmental Safety & Health
This course is designed for the intermediate-level ESL student who                   ESH-100      ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS, 3 CREDITS
is ready to begin writing at the paragraph level. The major purpose                  Designed for industry, school systems, agriculture, and the general
of the course is to improve the student’s reading and writing skills                 public. Topics include environmental regulations and compliance
as needed for more advanced ESL and college courses, in the work-                    issues.
place, and in everyday life.                                                                      ESH-100-01      209315 ONLINE
             PIE-053-01 207944 D104            MWF       9-10:50AM                                 LAUGLE                               $0        $0          $336       $336
              BACHMANN                         $444      $30      $0         $474                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact:toml@
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                        clackamas.edu or 503-594-3066.
PIE-054      UPPER INTERMEDIATE READ/WRITE, 6 CREDITS                                ESH-101      HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT, 2 CREDITS
Upper-intermediate students will practice reading and writing skills                 Coursework developed and authorized by DEQ staff. This class offers
needed to succeed in college, the workplace, and everyday life. In-                  ways to reduce, identify, store, and dispose of hazardous waste.
troduction to multiple paragraph essays.                                             Certificate available from DEQ.
             PIE-054-01      207947 S136       MWF       9-10:50AM                                ESH-101-01      209316 ONLINE
              MUNRO                            $444      $30      $0         $474                  LAUGLE                               $0        $0          $249       $249
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: toml@
PIE-065      PRONUNCIATION B, 3 CREDITS                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3066.
This class is for ESL students at the intermediate-level or higher who
want to sound more natural when speaking English. Activities will
focus on increasing student awareness of the sounds of American
                                                                                     Family Studies
                                                                                     HDF-140      CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FAMILY, 3 CREDITS
English, improving intelligibility, and producing speech more flu-                   Focuses on the diversity of the American family today, and a histori-
ently.                                                                               cal overview of changes in the family environment and structure.
             PIE-065-01      207950 S136       TTH       1-2:20PM                    Become familiar with internal/external factors that influence fami-
              WILLIAMS                         $222      $15      $0         $237    lies such as parenting, violence, gender, divorce, remarriage, eco-
              Required: Instructor consent.                                          nomics, and culture.
                                                                                     HYB          HDF-140-01      207027 DJ225          W         4:30-7:50PM
                                                                                                   MCILVEEN                             $222      $15       $0           $237
                                                                                                   Hybrid. Meets: 3/30, 4/6 & 6/1. Contact: patriciam@clackamas.edu or
                                                                                                   503-594-3209.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


                 Family Studies, continued                                                                      FRP-131      ADVANCED FIREFIGHTER TRAINING S-131/S-133,
                                                                                                                             1 CREDIT
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                 HDF-260      CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, 3 CREDITS                                                NWCG S-131 and S-133 certified. For firefighters who wish to be-
                 Overview of child abuse problems for students interested in child                              come qualified in the first level of supervision, Advanced Firefighter/
                 care education and/or human services. A look at causes of abuse,                               Squad Boss, being a first responder to initial fire attack.
                 abused child, abusive parents, role of teachers, areas of treatment,                                        FRP-131-01 209330 T118               F          6-8:50PM
                 education, resources that can assist children and parents.                                                                    T118               S          8-4:50PM
                              HDF-260-01      207028 ONLINE                                                                   CRAWFORD/LOGAN                      $0         $0       $157         $157
                               MCILVEEN                             $222       $15         $35          $272                  Meets: 4/1 & 4/2. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-130 (S-130).
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Contact: patriciam@           FRP-180      WILDLAND FIRE/CWE, 3 CREDITS
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3209.                                                   Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
                                                                                                                of wildland fire fighting.
                 Fire Science (Wildland)                                                                                     FRP-180-01      209331 JOBSITE
                 FRP-009      WILDLAND FIRE REFRESHER, 0.8 CEU                                                                LAUGLE                              $0         $0         $271       $271
                 Refresher training will insure firefighters have information regard-                                         Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                                              or 503-594-3066.
                 ing current issues and the upcoming fire season. This training is
                 provided in order to recognize and mitigate risk, maintain safe and                            FRP-180      WILDLAND FIRE/CWE, 6 CREDITS
                 effective practices and to reduce acccidents and near misses.                                               FRP-180-02 209332 JOBSITE
                              FRP-009-01 209317 T118                SU         8-4:50PM                                       LAUGLE                   $0                    $0         $527       $527
                               CRAWFORD                             $0         $0       $77              $77                  Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
                               Meets: 4/10.                                                                                   or 503-594-3066.
                              FRP-009-02 209318 T118                S          8-4:50PM                         FRP-200      BAS INCIDENT COMMAND SYS I-200, 1 CREDIT
                               CRAWFORD                             $0         $0       $77              $77    NWCG I-200 certified. Introduces the student to principles associ-
                               Meets: 5/7.                                                                      ated with the Incident Command System (ICS) covering organiza-
                              FRP-009-06 209322 T118                S          8-4:50PM                         tion, facilities, resource terminology and common responsibilities
                               LOGAN/CRAWFORD                       $0         $0       $77              $77    associated with incident assignments.
                               Meets: 6/4.                                                                                   FRP-200-01 209333 T120               M          8-4:50PM
                 FRP-101      BASIC FOREST MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS                                                                               T120               T          8-11:50AM
                 A basic introduction to Oregon forestland management functions,                                              CRAIN/CRAWFORD                      $0         $0       $157         $157
                                                                                                                              Meets: 5/23 & 5/24.
                 tools, and processes related to forest stewardship. Students will gain
                 knowledge of current forest management activities and practices, as                            FRP-212      WILDFIRE POWER SAWS S-212, 2 CREDITS
                 well as current forest policy and harvest laws.                                                NWCG S-212 certified. Learn techniques and mechanics of power
                              FRP-101-01 209581 T120 TH     9-11:50AM                                           saws that meet the functional requirements of a power saw operator
                               CRAWFORD              $0     $0       $301                               $301    on a wildland fire incident.
                 FRP-107      WILDLAND FIRE CAREER PORTFOLIO, 3 CREDITS                                                      FRP-212-01 209334 T120               F          6-8:50PM
                 Creation of a job marketing tool that integrates knowledge and skills                                                         T120               SSU        8-4:50PM
                 related to wildland fire industry. Portfolio consists of resume, refer-                                      LAUGLE/CRAWFORD                     $0         $0       $191         $191
                 ence letters, work samples and other content to be updated accord-                                           Meets: 5/20, 5/21 & 5/22.
                 ingly.                                                                                         FRP-230      CREW BOSS (SINGLE RESOURCE) S-230, 2 CREDITS
                              FRP-107-01      209325 T112           TBA        TBA                              NWCG S-230 certified. Meets the training needs of a crew boss on a
                               LAUGLE                               $0         $0          $301         $301    wildland fire incident.
                               Required: Instructor consent. Contact instructor first week of class: toml@                   FRP-230-01 209336 T120               TW         8-4:50PM
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3066.                                                                                  T120               TH         8-11:50AM
                 FRP-110      BASIC WILDLAND FIRE INVESTIGATION FI-110, 1 CREDIT                                              CRAWFORD/LOGAN                      $0         $0       $191         $191
                 NWCG FI-110 certified. Wildland Fire Observations and Origin                                                 Meets: 5/31, 6/1, & 6/2. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-131 (S-131/S-133).
                 Scene Protection for First Responders. An introductory course on the                           FRP-231      ENGINE BOSS (SINGLE RESOURCE) S-231, 1 CREDIT
                 basics of wildland fire cause determination for personnel first arriv-                         NWCG S-231 certified. Develop proficiency in the performance of
                 ing at a wildland fire scene.                                                                  all duties associated with the single engine boss.
                              FRP-110-01  209326 T118               F          6-8:50PM                                      FRP-231-01 209337 T118               TH         2-5:50PM
                                                 T118               S          8-4:50PM                                                        T118               F          8-4:50PM
                               JACKSON/CRAWFORD                     $0         $0       $157            $157                  LOGAN/CRAWFORD                      $0         $0       $157         $157
                               Meets: 4/22 & 4/23.                                                                            Meets: 6/2 & 6/3. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-131 (S-131/S-133) and FRP-230
                 FRP-130      INTRO TO WILDLAND FIREFIGHTING, 3 CREDITS                                                       (S-230).
                 NWCG S-130 & S-190 certified. Introduces students to wildland fire                             FRP-243      SURVIVOR I: MAP, COMPASS, GPS, 2 CREDITS
                 behavior and the skills necessary to fight wildland fires under close                          This course covers maps, compass, grid locations, land descriptions,
                 supervision. No prerequisites or firefighting experience required.                             topography, distance and directions, and Global Positioning Sys-
                              FRP-130-02 209328 T118                SSU        8-4:50PM                         tems.
                               LOGAN/CRAWFORD                       $0         $0       $301            $301                 FRP-243-01      209565 T124          T          10-11:50AM
                               Meets: 5/14, 5/15, 5/21 & 5/22.                                                                LAUGLE                              $0         $0       $191         $191
                              FRP-130-01 209327 T118                T          9-11:50AM                                      Survivor classes do not need to be taken in sequence.
                               CRAWFORD                             $0         $0       $301            $301




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


            48   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                          Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room         Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                             Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee     Total


             FRP-243-02      209566 T124           F         6-8:50PM                         FRP-290      INTERMEDIATE WILDLAND FIRE BEHAVIOR S-290,
                                    T124           SSU       8-5:20PM                                      3 CREDITS




                                                                                                                                                                                               Course Listing
              LAUGLE                               $0        $0       $191            $191    NWCG S-290 certified. Study of weather and environmental factors
              Meets: 4/15, 4/16 & 4/17. Survivor classes do not need to be taken in           and how these factors affect wildland fires.
              sequence.                                                                                    FRP-290-01 209348 T118                  THFSSU 8-4:50PM
FRP-244      SURVIVOR II: WILDERNESS, 2 CREDITS                                                             CRAWFORD/LOGAN                         $0     $0       $301               $301
Be prepared to survive in the wilderness: the psychology of surviv-                                         Meets: 4/28, 4/29, 4/30, & 5/1. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-130 (S-130/S-190).
ing and what to do when things go wrong. Uses the USAF Search &                               FRP-296      INTRODUCTION TO WILDLAND FIRE BEHAVIOR
Rescue Survival Manual.                                                                                    CALCULATIONS S-390, 3 CREDITS
             FRP-244-01      209338 T124           W         1:30-3:20PM                      NWCG S-390 certified. Introduces fire behavior calculations using a
              LAUGLE                               $0        $0        $191           $191    variety of methods.
              Survivor classes do not need to be taken in sequence.                                        FRP-296-01 209349 T120                  TWTHF 8-4:50PM
FRP-245      SURVIVOR III: WEATHER OF NW, 2 CREDITS                                                         HOLCOMB/LOGAN                          $0    $0       $301                $301
This course is designed for the wildland firefighter, mariner, hiker,                                       Meets: 5/10, 5/11, 5/12, & 5/13. Prerequisites: FRP-290 (S-290) and qualify
hunter and others who need to know the basics of weather forecast-                                          as a single resource boss.
ing.
             FRP-245-01 209340 T124                TW        6-8:50PM                         Food & Nutrition
                               T124                S         8-4:50PM                         FN-110       PERSONAL NUTRITION, 3 CREDITS
              SALTENBERGER/CRAWFORD                $0        $0       $191            $191    How nutrition affects health and fitness for the individual and the
              Meets: 5/3, 5/4, 5/10, 5/11 & 5/14. Survivor classes do not need to be taken    family. Analysis of present diet and methods to improve food prepa-
              in sequence.                                                                    ration and habits. Basic nutrition course for students with little or
FRP-246      SURVIVOR IV: WILD. FIRST AID, 2 CREDITS                                          no science background.
Covers back country first aid and evacuation techniques in a wilder-                                       FN-110-01        209030 ONLINE
ness setting.                                                                                               RICE                                   $222       $15          $60        $297
             FRP-246-01      209342 T124           TH        10-11:50AM                                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: nuhar@
              LAUGLE                               $0        $0       $191            $191                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-6005. Does not fulfill nursing requirements.
              Survivor classes do not need to be taken in sequence.                                         At CCC Harmony Campus.
FRP-247      SURVIVOR V: DANGEROUS ANIMALS, 2 CREDITS                                         FN-225       NUTRITION, 4 CREDITS
Focuses on Northwest animals’ and insects’ habits, habitats, how                              The role of nutrients in the development and maintenance of a
to prevent and avoid conflict with them and what to do if you’re                              healthy body. Students utilize computer aided analysis of own diet
attacked. First-hand accounts, stories, CDC statistics and recommen-                          for nutritional adequacy. Examines current nutrition controversies.
dations will be included.                                                                     ✔	           FN-225-01        209031 OIT157          MW         9-10:50AM
             FRP-247-01      209343 T124           W         1:30-3:20PM                                    CORPRON                                $296       $20      $25            $341
              LAUGLE                               $0        $0        $191           $191                  Recommended: Strong background in life sciences. This class fulfills the
              Survivor classes do not need to be taken in sequence.                                         nutrition requirement for most nursing programs. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                                           FN-225-02        209032 ONLINE
             FRP-247-02      209567 T124           F         6-8:50PM
                                                                                                            RICE                                   $296       $20          $60        $376
                                    T124           SSU       8-5:20PM                                       Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: nuhar@
              LAUGLE                               $0        $0       $191            $191                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-6005. Recommended: Strong background in
              Meets: 4/1, 4/2 & 4/3. Survivor classes do not need to be taken in sequence.
                                                                                                            life sciences. This class fulfills the nutrition requirement for most nursing
FRP-259      TASK FORCE/STRIKE TEAM LEADER S-330, 2 CREDITS                                                 programs. At CCC Harmony Campus.
NWCG S-330 certified. Learn to recognize, plan and implement ap-                                           FN-225-03        209033 ONLINE
propriate tactics in various incident situations with various resources                                     RICE                                   $296       $20          $60        $376
and identify hazards and risks and mitigate them.                                                           Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: nuhar@
             FRP-259-01 209344 T118                FSSU      8-4:50PM                                       clackamas.edu or 503-594-6005. Recommended: Strong background in
              LOGAN/CRAWFORD                       $0        $0       $191            $191                  life sciences. This class fulfills the nutrition requirement for most nursing
              Meets: 4/15, 4/16 & 4/17.                                                                     programs. At CCC Harmony Campus.
FRP-270      BASIC AIR OPERATIONS S-270, 1 CREDIT
NWCG S-270 certified. A survey of aircraft used in fire suppression                           Foreign Language
and how to conduct yourself in and around aircraft.                                           ASL-103      AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE, 4 CREDITS
             FRP-270-01 209345 T118                F         6-8:50PM                         Emphasis will be on developing conversational competence. Course
                               T118                S         8-4:50PM                         includes basic ASL vocabulary and grammar used for basic commu-
              CRAWFORD/LAUGLE                      $0        $0       $191            $191    nication such as opening conversations, clarifying, giving reasons,
              Meets: 4/8 & 4/9.                                                               narrating family history, correcting, and elaborating.
FRP-280      WILDLAND FIRE/ADVANCED CWE, 3 CREDITS                                                         ASL-103-03       207843 B239            TTH        8-9:50AM
Provides student with work-based learning experience in the field of                                        JAUSSI                                 $296       $20      $10            $326
wildland fire fighting.                                                                                     Prerequisite: Pass ASL-102 or instructor consent.
             FRP-280-01      209346 JOBSITE                                                                ASL-103-01       207841 B239            TTH        1-2:50PM
              LAUGLE                               $0        $0          $271         $271                  JAUSSI                                 $296       $20      $10            $326
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu                                     Prerequisite: Pass ASL-102 or instructor consent.
              or 503-594-3066. Current enrollment in or successful completion of                           ASL-103-02       207842 B239            MW         5:30-7:20PM
              FRP-107. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-180 & FRP-131.                                                JAUSSI                                 $296       $20       $10           $326
FRP-280      WILDLAND FIRE/ADVANCED CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                          Prerequisite: Pass ASL-102 or instructor consent.
             FRP-280-02 209347 JOBSITE                                                        ✔	           ASL-103-15       207895 W211            T          6-9:50PM
              LAUGLE                   $0 $0      $527                                $527                  GOODALL                                $0         $0       $326           $326
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu                                     Prerequisite: Pass ASL-102 or instructor consent. At CCC Wilsonville
              or 503-594-3066. Current enrollment in or successful completion of                            Campus.
              FRP-107. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-180 & FRP-131.



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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


                 Foreign Language, continued                                                                    SPN-102      FIRST-YEAR SPANISH, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                Second term of a three-term foundational, multimedia course for
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                 ASL-203      AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE, 3 CREDITS                                                 beginners. Initial emphasis is on speaking and listening comprehen-
                 Continuation of ASL-202. Emphasizes active communication in sign                               sion, with secondary emphasis on reading and writing.
                 language. Increased emphasis on exploring, analyzing the rules,                                             SPN-102-02      207864 B239          S          8:30-12:20PM
                 discussing, developing and presenting literature and poetry in sign                                          BARNHILL                            $296       $20       $10         $326
                 language.                                                                                                    Prerequisite: Pass SPN-101 or instructor consent.
                              ASL-203-01      207844 B239           TTH        3-4:20PM                                      SPN-102-01      207863 B238          MW         9-10:50AM
                               JAUSSI                               $222       $15      $10             $247                  BJERRE                              $296       $20      $10          $326
                               Prerequisite: Pass ASL-202 or instructor consent.                                              Prerequisite: Pass SPN-101 or instructor consent.
                 FR-103       FIRST-YEAR FRENCH, 4 CREDITS                                                      SPN-103      FIRST-YEAR SPANISH, 4 CREDITS
                 The first year of academic French is designed to give the student a                            Third of a three-term foundational, multimedia course for begin-
                 fundamental knowledge of pronunciation and intonation, structure                               ners. Initial emphasis is on speaking and listening comprehension,
                 and syntax as well as comprehension skills sufficient for basic com-                           with secondary emphasis on reading and writing. Various cultural
                 municative proficiency in the language.                                                        themes are presented.
                              FR-103-01       209599 B237           TTH        10-11:50AM                                    SPN-103-01      207869 B237          MW         9-10:50AM
                               CROPSEY                              $296       $20      $10             $326                  MILLER                              $296       $20      $10          $326
                               Prerequisite: Pass FR-102 or instructor consent.                                               Prerequisite: Pass SPN-102 or instructor consent.
                 FR-203       SECOND-YEAR FRENCH, 4 CREDITS                                                                  SPN-103-04      207872 B238          TTH        10-11:50AM
                 Expands on first-year French in the review of grammar and in the                                             BARNHILL                            $296       $20      $10          $326
                 cultural reading material. Communication skills are emphasized                                               Prerequisite: Pass SPN-102 or instructor consent.
                 stressing oral proficiency.                                                                                 SPN-103-02      207870 B238          TTH        1-2:50PM
                              FR-203-01       207850 B237           TTH        1-2:50PM                                       BJERRE                              $296       $20      $10          $326
                               CROPSEY                              $296       $20      $10             $326                  Prerequisite: Pass SPN-102 or instructor consent.
                               Prerequisite: Pass FR-202 or instructor consent.                                              SPN-103-03 207871 TBA                MW         1-2:50PM
                 FR-213       INTERMEDIATE FRENCH CONVERSATION, 3 CREDITS                                                     JUNQUERA-SANTANA                    $296       $20      $10          $326
                 Development of speaking and listening proficiency through creative                                           Prerequisite: Pass SPN-102 or instructor consent.
                 activities such as discussions of excerpts from contemporary French-                                        SPN-103-05 207873 B237               TTH        6-7:50PM
                 language media, presentations, games and interviews of classmates.                                           JUNQUERA-SANTANA                    $296       $20      $10          $326
                 Major topics and level of conversational difficulty will parallel                                            Prerequisite: Pass SPN 102 or instructor consent.
                 FR-203.                                                                                        ✔	           SPN-103-06      207894 OIT145        MW         6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                              BARNHILL                            $296       $20      $10          $326
                              FR-213-01       207851 B237           TTH        1-2:20PM                                       Prerequisite: Pass SPN-102 or instructor consent. At CCC Harmony
                               CROPSEY                              $222       $15      $10             $247                  Campus.
                               Prerequisite: Pass FR-103 with a “C” or better or instructor consent.
                                                                                                                HYB          SPN-103-07      207874 B239          TH         6-6:50PM
                 GER-103      FIRST-YEAR GERMAN, 4 CREDITS                                                                    BARNHILL                            $296       $20      $10          $326
                 Introduction to sound system and basic structural patterns of Ger-                                           Hybrid. Meets every Thursday plus online hours. Prerequisite: Pass
                 man. Emphasis on the skills of listening, comprehension, speaking,                                           SPN-102 or instructor consent.
                 reading, writing, and cultural similarities and differences.
                                                                                                                SPN-203      SECOND-YEAR SPANISH, 4 CREDITS
                              GER-103-01      207853 B239           TTH        10-11:50AM                       Third of a three-term intermediate, multimedia course. Concentra-
                               MILLER                               $296       $20      $10             $326    tion is speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing.
                               Prerequisite: Pass GER-102 or instructor consent.                                Explores cultural differences among Spanish-speaking countries and
                 GER-203      SECOND-YEAR GERMAN, 4 CREDITS                                                     between the latter and European-American culture.
                 Review and expansion of basic language skills through discussion,                                           SPN-203-01      207885 B237          TTH        8-9:50AM
                 reading, and writing of varied contemporary topics from the Ger-                                             BJERRE                              $296       $20      $10          $326
                 man lanugage and cultural area.                                                                              Prerequisite: Pass SPN-202 or instructor consent.
                              GER-203-01      207896 B238           MW         1-2:50PM                                      SPN-203-02      207886 B237          MW         1-2:50PM
                               MILLER                               $296       $20      $10             $326                  BJERRE                              $296       $20      $10          $326
                               Prerequisite: Pass GER-202 or instructor consent.                                              Prerequisite: Pass SPN-202 or instructor consent.
                 GER-213      INTERMEDIATE GERMAN CONVERSATION, 3 CREDITS                                                    SPN-203-03 207887 B237               MW         6-7:50PM
                 Development of speaking and listening proficiency through cre-                                               JUNQUERA-SANTANA                    $296       $20      $10          $326
                 ative activities such as discussions of excerpts from contemporary                                           Prerequisite: Pass SPN-202 or instructor consent.
                 German-language media, presentations, games and interviews of                                  SPN-213      INTERMEDIATE SPANISH CONVERSATION, 3 CREDITS
                 classmaates. Major topics and level of conversational difficulty will                          Emphasis will be to continue to develop oral proficiency beyond
                 parallel GER-203.                                                                              that achieved by the end of second year Spanish including expand-
                              GER-213-01      207897 B238           MW         1-2:20PM                         ing vocabulary and broadening the student’s cultural awareness of
                               MILLER                               $222       $15      $10             $247    the Spanish-speaking world.
                               Prerequisite: Pass GER-103 with a “C” or better or instructor consent.                        SPN-213-01 207892 B238               MW         11-12:20PM
                 RUS-203      SECOND-YEAR RUSSIAN, 4 CREDITS                                                                  JUNQUERA-SANTANA                    $222       $15      $10          $247
                 Intermediate Russian which continues to focus on all of the lan-                                             Prerequisite: Pass SPN-203 or instructor consent.
                 guage skills presented up through RUS-202.
                              RUS-203-01 207861 B238                TTH        8-9:50AM
                               BOGDANOVICH-WERNER                   $296       $20      $10             $326
                               Prerequisite: RUS-202 or instructor consent.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
              Instructor                           Tuition    Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee     Crs. Fee    Total


SPN-280      SPANISH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                            Geographic Information Systems (GIS)




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Spanish.                                                                                     All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor
             SPN-280-01      207893 JOBSITE                                                  prior to registering. Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the
              MILLER                               $444       $30        $15        $489V    Student Success Center, 503-594-3475.
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                             GIS-201      INTRO-GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYSTEM, 3 CREDITS

General Education Development (GED)                                                          Provides key GIS concepts, methodologies, and techniques. Empha-
                                                                                             sis is on developing an understanding of GIS applications, technical
GED Classes offered Days and Evenings in the Dye Learning Center,                            GIS concepts, terminology, methodology and problem solving tech-
D-133.                                                                                       niques.
Individual schedules are arranged and students register by ap-                                            GIS-201-01 209066 B274  MW    1-3:50PM
pointment only. Fees are determined at orientation. For additional                                         KOTZE                  $222  $15      $90                           $327
information about scheduling, registration, high school referral, or                         GIS-232      DATA COLLECTION & APPLICATION, 3 CREDITS
release from compulsory attendance, please call 503-594-3395.                                Introduction to data collection techniques using global positioning
                                                                                             systems, PDA’s, and related software. Emphasis on different ways to
   GED Days/Dye Learning Center:
                                                                                             create data through existing surveys, compilation of data from many
   D-133, M-TH, 8:30-11:30AM, 12:30-3:30PM                                                   sources and merging data from differing sources, etc.
   ABE/GED Days/Harmony Campus: OIT-170, M-TH, 8:30AM-                                                    GIS-232-01      207728 B274         MW           4-6:50PM
   11:30AM                                                                                                 KOTZE                              $222         $15      $90        $327
                                                                                                           Prerequisite: GIS-201.
   GED Evenings/Dye Learning Center: D-133, M/W, 5-7:50PM
                                                                                             GIS-255      INTRO TO ARCGIS 1 - VERSION 9, 1 CREDIT
   Other youth programs include:                                                             Covers fundamental GIS concepts as well as how to query a GIS
   Young Parent Opportunity Program: 503-594-3027                                            database, manipulate tabular data, edit spatial and attribute data
                                                                                             clearly and efficiently using maps and charts.
GED-011      GED EN ESPANOL, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                          GIS-255-01      207596 B274         FS           8-4:50PM
Instrucción del desarrollo de habilidades básicas ofrecida en español.
El examen de diagnóstico determina las necesidades académicas del                                          KOTZE                              $0           $0       $160       $160
                                                                                                           Meets: 4/15 & 4/16.
alumno. Entrada y salida de la clase todo el tiempo. Se requiere el
consentimiento del Instructor para registrarse.                                              GIS-280      GIS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
Basic academic skill development instruction offered in Spanish.                             Cooperative Work Experience (co-op) is a process of education that
Diagnostic tests determine individual academic needs. Open-entry,                            integrates a student’s classroom work with experience obtained
open-exit class.                                                                             through a cooperating employer.
ESPAñOL      GED-011-01 209265 D129                MW         6-8:50PM                                    GIS-280-01      207730 JOBSITE
              ARISTIZABAL                          $0         $0       $50            $50                  KOTZE                              $444         $30      $105      $579V
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Adriana Aristizabal at 503-594-3916.                  Required: Instructor consent and CWE seminar. Contact: carelk@
                                                                                                           clackamas.edu or 503-594-3728.
✔	ESPAñOL GED-011-02         209266 CLSRM          MW         6-8:50PM
           SANCHEZ                                 $0         $0       $50            $50    GIS-282      ARCGIS II, 3 CREDITS
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Camilo Sanchez at 503-594-3029.         Introduction to the object-oriented data model. Working with
              At Gladstone Center for Children & Families, 18905 Portland Avenue,            geodatabases,datasets and feature classes. Additional topics include:
              Gladstone.                                                                     establishing topological relationships, versioning, and analysis of
GED-049      LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS, 0 CREDIT                                              geometric networks. Advanced surface and cell-based modeling will
Desarrollo de habilidades académicas básicas, ofrecida en español                            also be covered.
con énfasis en los requerimientos para presentar el test del GED para                                     GIS-282-01      207729 B274         TTH          4-6:50PM
obtener el certificado equivalente a la High School. También se en-                                        KOTZE                              $222         $15      $90        $327
foca en habilidades básicas de la vida, metas personales e interés de                                      Prerequisite: GIS-281.
carreras. Se requiere el consentimiento del Instructor para registrarse.
Offered in Spanish. Basic academic skill development with empha-                             Geography
sis on requirements to take the GED test to obtain a high school                             GEO-122      REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE DEVELOPED WORLD,
equivalency certificate. Also focuses on basic life skills, personal and                                  4 CREDITS
career goals and interests.                                                                  Provides students with the fundamental knowledge of the culture
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-04        209275 OIT170         S          9-11:50AM                      and physical geography of developing world regions including
            SANCHEZ                                $0         $0       $30            $30    Anglo-America; Europe; Russia; East Asia; Japan; Taiwan; S. Korea;
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Camilo Sanchez at 503-594-3029.         Australia and New Zealand.
              At CCC Harmony Campus - OIT Building.                                          NEW          GEO-122-01      209433 M249         F            8-11:50AM
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-02 209273 CATC719 TTH                      6-8:50PM                                     FOSTER                             $296         $20      $0         $316
            ARISTIZABAL              $0                       $0       $50            $50                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Adriana Aristizabal at 503-594-3916.
                                                                                             GEO-280      GEOGRAPHY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
              At Canby Applied Technology Center.
                                                                                             Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-03        209274 CLSRM          TTH        6-8:50PM                       geography.
            SANCHEZ                                $0         $0       $50            $50
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Camilo Sanchez at 503-594-3029.                      GEO-280-01      209180 JOBSITE
              At Lot Whitcomb Elementary School - Milwaukie.                                               LEWIS                              $444         $30      $15       $489V
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.




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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee     Total



                 Gerontology                                                                                    HE-249       MENTAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                Examines factors which influence emotional and mental well-being.
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                 GRN-183      DEATH & DYING, 3 CREDITS                                                          Emphasis on handling day-to-day situations in a positive, healthful                          t
                 Introduces students to knowledge of the death and dying process.                               manner.                                                                                      r
                 Content will include historical and cross cultural perspectives on                                          HE-249-01 208283 R201   MWF                      9-9:50AM
                 death, funeral and death rites, death and grief across the lifespan,                                         PANTAGES               $222                     $15      $0           $237
                 theoretical views of the grief process, hospice and palliative care,                           HE-250       PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS
                 ethical considerations, and physician-assisted suicide. Focus will be                          Explores the interaction of health and the quality of life. Includes
                 placed on how to effectively interact with individuals going through                           emotional behavior, drugs, disease, nutrition, human sexuality, car-
                 a death or grief process. Students will examine how grief is expressed                         diovascular function, and medical care.
                 on both the societal and personal levels.
                                                                                                                             HE-250-01      208284 ONLINE
                              GRN-183-01 206864 C136
                               SMITH
                                                     T
                                                     $222
                                                           3-5:50PM
                                                           $15      $0                                  $237
                                                                                                                              WOODS                               $222        $15       $35
                                                                                                                              Online. Contact woodsk@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3277. Order
                                                                                                                                                                                                    $272     H
                 GRN-280      GERONTOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                   textbook, “Health: The Basics” by Donatelle from Clackamas Bookstore at        H
                 Work-based learning experience to acquaint gerontology students                                              503-594-6500.                                                                  A
                 with the roles and related activities of organizations serving the                                                                                                                          i
                                                                                                                             HE-250-02      208285 ONLINE
                 elderly. This course provides an opportunity to apply theories and                                           RHODEN                              $222        $15       $35         $272     ✔
                 techniques acquired in the classroom.                                                                        Online. Meets: 5/23-6/13, a 4 wk class. Contact: joshr@clackamas.edu
                              GRN-280-01      206865 JOBSITE                                                                  or 503-594-3275. Order textbook, “Health: The Basics” by Donatelle from
                               SMITH                                $444      $30         $15        $489V                    Clackamas Bookstore at 503-594-6500.
                               Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of HS-170 and                        HE-250-03      209588 ONLINE
                               instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3207.                            RHODEN                              $222        $15       $35         $272
                                                                                                                              Online. Contact: joshr@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3275. Order textbook:          ✔
                 Health                                                                                                       “Health: The Basics” by Donatelle from Clackamas Bookstore at
                                                                                                                              503-594-6500.
                 HE-151       BODY & DRUGS I, 3 CREDITS
                 This course examines the history of legal and illegal drug use; drug                           HE-252       FIRST AID/CPR, 3 CREDITS
                 classification; the physiological and psychological impact of drugs                            Immediate and temporary care for injuries and sudden illness. Cov-
                 on the body; and treatment modalities for drug abuse/addiction.                                ers poisoning, control of bleeding, and proper methods of transpor-                          ✔
                 This class will also review the stimulant group of drugs.                                      tation, splinting, and bandaging. Successful completion (“A” or “B”
                              HE-151-01 208278 R201    MWF                    10-10:50AM                        grade) of course leads to a Red Cross Responding to Emergencies,
                               PANTAGES                $222                   $15      $0               $237    First Aid and Community CPR Certification.
                 HE-152       BODY & DRUGS II, 3 CREDITS                                                                     HE-252-02      208287 R201           TTH         1-2:20PM
                 The second of a two-course sequence, this course examines three                                              WOODS                               $222        $15      $20          $257
                 drug categories (depressants, hallucinogens, and the “other” drugs),                                        HE-252-01      208286 ONLINE
                 their history, their psysiological and psychological impact; and their                                       NELSON                              $222        $15       $55
                                                                                                                              Online. Meets: 5/16-6/10, a 4 wk class. Exam on campus 6/9. Contact:
                                                                                                                                                                                                    $292     H
                 specific treatment modalities.                                                                                                                                                              I
                                                                                                                              tracyn@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3274. Order textbook, “First Aid-
                              HE-152-01       208280 R201           MWF       1-1:50PM                                        Responding to Emergencies” by American Red Cross & CPR Skill Cards             I
                               PANTAGES                             $222      $15      $0               $237                  from Clackamas Bookstore at 503-594-6500.                                      d
                               Prerequisite: HE-151.                                                                                                                                                         t
                                                                                                                             HE-252-03      208289 ONLINE
                 HE-204       NUTRITION & WEIGHT CONTROL, 3 CREDITS                                                           NELSON                              $222        $15       $55         $292     5
                 Methods of maintaining or improving fitness by considering diets                                             Online. Exam on campus 6/9. Contact: tracyn@clackamas.edu                      P
                 and dieting, obesity, types of exercise, physical testing, cardiovascu-                                      or 503-594-3274. Order textbook, First Aid-Responding to Emergencies
                 lar fitness and nutritional concepts.
                              HE-204-02       208282 R201           TTH       10:30-11:50AM
                                                                                                                              by American Red Cross & CPR Skill Cards from Clackamas Bookstore at
                                                                                                                              503-594-6500.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             H
                               BUEL                                 $222      $15       $0              $237                 HE-252-04  209589 ONLINE                                                        H
                              HE-204-01       208281 ONLINE                                                                   SUNDQUIST                           $222        $15       $55         $292
                                                                                                                                                                                                             O
                                                                                                                              Online. Exams on campus 6/10. Contact: kdiehl@clackamas.edu or 503-594-        s
                               BUEL                                 $222      $15         $35           $272
                               Online. Contact: jessicab@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3602. Order textbook,                       6328. Order textbook, “First Aid-Responding to Emergencies” by American
                               “Total Fitness” by Dodd & Powers from CCC Bookstore at 503-594-6500.                           Red Cross & CPR Skill Cards from Clackamas Bookstore at 503-594-6500.
                              HE-204-03       209587 ONLINE                                                     HE-255       BODY & ALCOHOL, 3 CREDITS
                               BUELL                                $222      $15         $35           $272    Covers alcohol as a drug, problem drinking, alcohol use and its ef-                          H
                               Online. Meets: 5/23-6/13. Contact: jessicab@clackamas.edu or 503-594-            fect on family, social and economic well-being and the rehabilita-                           O
                               3602. Order textbook: “Total Fitness” by Dodd & Powers from Clackamas            tion process.                                                                                2
                               Bookstore at 503-594-6500.                                                                    HE-255-01 208291 R201   MWF                      11-11:50AM
                 HE-205       YOUTH ADDICTIONS, 3 CREDITS                                                                     PANTAGES               $222                     $15      $0           $237
                 Increase knowledge of adolescent development and programs de-                                  HE-280       HEALTH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 signed for prevention, assessment, intervention and treatment of                               Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 chemically dependent youth. Investigates specific techniques for                               health.
                 counseling youth. Required for Criminal Justice & Correction stu-                                           HE-280-01      208292 R101
                 dents.
                                                                                                                              WOODS                               $444        $30       $15        $489V
                              HE-205-01       206872 ONLINE                                                                   Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                               LUNA                                 $222      $15         $35           $272
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: michaelL@
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-6427. Recommended: Broadband Internet
                               access.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville              Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact              V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus            14.                            department first class                   cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                         HYB Classroom/online course -                                          NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                           see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee     Total


HPE-295      HEALTH AND FITNESS FOR LIFE, 3 CREDITS                                         HST-138      LOVE, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY, 4 CREDITS
Explores interaction of physical fitness and health. Meets three                            Examines the concept of love and the institutions of marriage and




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times a week for personal fitness assessment and two weekly class-                          the family in western civilization from ancient Greece to the pres-
room sessions, covering related topics.                                                     ent.
             HPE-295-01      208293 R220          MWF        9-10:50AM                      NEW          HST-138-01 209435 M206               MW          11-12:50PM
              FISKUM                              $222       $15      $20           $257                  MCFARLAND                           $296        $20      $0           $316
              Required: Five lab hrs TBA.                                                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
             HPE-295-03      208294 R220          MWF        11-12:50PM                     HST-202      HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 4 CREDITS
              FISKUM                              $222       $15      $20           $257    Covers the period from the Age of Jackson to World War I.
              Required: Five lab hrs TBA.                                                   ✔	           HST-202-01      209187 OIT191        TH          6-9:50PM
                                                                                                          SHORR                               $296        $20      $0           $316
Healthcare Professional Development                                                                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony
                                                                                                          Campus.
HPD-009      CPR-INITIAL, 0.6 CEU
American Heart Association (AHA) Heathcare Provider CPR class. For                          HST-203      HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 4 CREDITS
initial training of AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card.                                       Covers the period since WWI.
✔	           HPD-009-10 208404 H335    S                     9-3:20PM                                    HST-203-01      209188 M206          TTH         10-11:50AM
              HUNGERFORD-LEVINE/SAWZAK $0                    $0       $75            $75                  FLOWERS                             $296        $20      $0           $316
              Meets: 4/2, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase and read                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased                  HST-203-02      209189 M206          MW          1-2:50PM
              through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore                           FLOWERS                             $296        $20      $0           $316
              location and hours. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
✔	           HPD-009-11 208405 H335    S                     9-3:20PM                       ✔	           HST-203-15      209444 W112          T           6-9:50PM
              HUNGERFORD-LEVINE/SAWZAK $0                    $0       $75            $75                  SHORR                               $0          $0       $316         $316
              Meets: 4/30, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase and read                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville
              text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased                   Campus.
              through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore                          HST-203-03      209190 ONLINE
              location and hours. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                  FLOWERS                             $296        $20      $35          $351
✔	           HPD-009-12 208406 H335               S          9-3:20PM                                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jackief@
              SAWZAK/SAWZAK                       $0         $0       $75            $75                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3405. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              Meets: 6/4, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase & read                    ment in RD-115.
              text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased     HST-220      INTRODUCTION TO ORAL HISTORY, 4 CREDITS
              through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore             Course covers the origins and development of Oral History as an ac-
              location and hours. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                            ademic discipline, with explorations of key oral history documents
High School Diploma (AHSD)                                                                  and projects over the last century.
                                                                                                         HST-220-01      209615 M206          TTH         1-2:50PM
Instruction offered day and evening in the Dye Learning Center, D133.                                     LOWERS                              $296        $20      $0           $316
Individual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years old. Fees                                    Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
determined at assessment. For more information about scheduling, registra-                  HST-280      HISTORY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
tion, high school referral or release from compulsory attendance, call                      Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
503-594-3395. Other youth programs include Young Parent Opportunity                         history.
Program (pregnant & parenting teens), 503-594-3027.                                                      HST-280-01      209191 JOBSITE
                                                                                                          FLOWERS                             $444        $30      $15        $489V
History                                                                                                   Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
HST-102      HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION 4 CREDITS
Origins and development of western civilization from the Renais-                            Horticulture
sance to the 1800s.                                                                         For more information call 503-594-3292.
             HST-102-01      209181 M206          TTH        8-9:50AM                       HOR-008      GROW A “GREENER” GREEN LAWN, 0 CREDIT
              SHORR                               $296       $20      $0            $316    Looking for safe and easy ways to keep your lawn looking great?
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                              Learn the latest techniques for establishing, renovating and main-
HST-103      HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION, 4 CREDITS                                     taining a lawn that meets your particular needs. Get time tested tips
Origins and development of western civilization in the 19th and                             practiced by golf course superintendents for mowing, mulching, wa-
20th centuries.                                                                             tering, and managing weeds without toxic chemicals. Learn about
             HST-103-01 209183 M206               MW         9-10:50AM                      ecolawns, and where to get more information on low-input, high-
              MCFARLAND                           $296       $20      $0            $316    value lawn care.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                           HOR-008-01      207143 C117          S           10-11:20AM
             HST-103-02 209185 ONLINE                                                                     STAFF                               $0          $0       $0             $0
              MCFARLAND                           $296       $20         $35        $351                  Meets: 4/9. Sponsored by METRO, OSU Extension Service, and
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Note: Proctored testing                 Clackamas Community College. To register call 503-234-3000 or visit
              required. Contact: patmc@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3411. Recommended:                        www.oregonmetro.gov/garden.
              Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
             HST-103-03 209434 ONLINE
              MCFARLAND                           $296       $20         $35        $351
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Note: Proctored testing
              required. Contact: patmc@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3411. Recommended:
              pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.




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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee   Total


                 Horticulture, continued                                                                        HOR-114      GARDEN DESIGN, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                Introductory course for students to gain understanding and skills
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                 HOR-008      HOME COMPOSTING ESSENTIALS, 0 CREDIT                                              in the area of planning garden areas, including drawing skills to ex-
                 Confused by composting? Get the real dirt on how simple it is to                               press garden schemes.
                 turn our garbage into gardener’s soil. Learn what you can compost                                           HOR-114-01 207159 C118              S         9-12:20PM
                 from your yard and ktichen, and what not to. Discover the merits                                             NORDSTROM                          $74       $5       $10           $89
                 of basic, worm, hot, and cold composting, and methods for mak-                                               Meets: 4/2, 4/9, 4/16, & 4/23.
                 ing them yourself. Gather tips on using compost as an amendment,                               HOR-132      PESTICIDE SELECTION & USE, 3 CREDITS
                 mulch or tea, and where to find bins, tools and more information.                              Plant protection methods for weed, insect or disease control. Laws
                              HOR-008-02      207144 C117           S          10-11:20AM                       and regulations related to safety, handling and storage of pesticides.
                               STAFF                                $0         $0       $0               $0     Techniques for product selection, including chemical and non-
                               Meets: 6/11. Sponsored by OSU Extension Service and Clackamas                    chemical options, applicator safety and environmental protection
                               Community College. To register call 503-234-3000 or visit                        included. Prepare and test for the Oregon Pesticide Applicator ex-
                               www.oregonmetro.gov/garden.                                                      ams.
                 HOR-008      CONCRETE LEAF CASTING, 0 CREDIT                                                                HOR-132-01 207160 C133     T                  6:30-9:20PM
                 Create your own unique casting using a live textured leaf. Instruc-                                          B. NELSON                 $222               $15       $20         $257
                 tion will be given in mixing and casting a leaf in concrete for out-                           HOR-140      SOILS & FERTILIZERS, 3 CREDITS
                 door use, to include stepping stones, wall art and water features.                             Soil characteristics and management, including nutritional elements
                 Workshop will cover painting, staining and water proofing informa-                             and the relationship between the soil and plant growth.
                 tion. A leaf will be provided but students can bring a fresh, green,                                        HOR-140-01 207162 C133 TH     1-3:50PM
                 deeply veined leaf, 16” or less.                                                                             R. NELSON             $222   $15      $10   $247
                              HOR-008-03 207145 C117                F          1-3:50PM                         HOR-142      GREENHOUSE CROPS – BEDDING PLANTS, 3 CREDITS
                               BRENDING/MESERVY                     $0         $0       $25             $25     Detailed study of environmental influences on individual crops,
                               Meets: 6/3.                                                                      their requirements, scheduling, including annual, biennial, and pe-
                 HOR-008      GROWING FOR FAMILY, 0 CREDIT                                                      rennial plant production.
                 With a large yard or even a balcony, growing food for your family                                           HOR-142-01 207164 C117 TH    8-11:50AM
                 can be easy! Simple systems for growing vegetables, composting,                                              HOWLEY                $222  $15      $35                           $272
                 bed preparation, planting, weeding, harvest and use of various food
                                                                                                                HOR-143      HORTICULTURE PRACTICUM/SPRING, 6 CREDITS
                 crops are covered. For additional information, call Loretta at
                                                                                                                Practical horticulture practices which include seasonal activities cov-
                 503-594-3292.
                                                                                                                ering container and field nurseries, greenhouse crops, garden design,
                              HOR-008-05      207226 C117           W          6-8:50PM                         landscape installation and landscape management. Basic practices
                               VOLK                                 $0         $0       $45             $45     involved in transplanting, pruning, pest control, equipment opera-
                               Meets: 5/11, 5/18, & 5/25.
                                                                                                                tions, turf, soil, water and fertilizer management. Industry field trips
                 HOR-008      REDESIGN YOUR REGIONAL FOOD, 0 CREDIT                                             included. Projects parallel Horticulture classes for spring term.
                 Join us as we deepen our sense of what is local and regional food                              HYB          HOR-143-01 207165 C133              MW        8-11:50AM
                 with Gary Paul Nabhan, an internationally-clebrated nature writer,                                           HOWLEY/B. NELSON/BENZ              $444      $30      $50          $524
                 seed saver, conservation biologist at the University of Arizona and                                          Hybrid. Meets every Monday and Wednesday plus online hours. Contact:
                 sustainable agriculture activist who has been called “the father of                                          bethb@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3773.
                 the local food movement” by Mother Earth News.
                                                                                                                HOR-144      BASIC PRUNING, 1 CREDIT
                              HOR-008-08      209467 N147           TH         6:30-8:30PM                      Why and how to prune trees, shrubs, and vines. Covers tools used
                               STAFF                                $0         $0        $5              $5     for various pruning practices.
                               Meets: 4/14. Call Loretta at 503-594-3392 for registration options.
                               Limited seating available.                                                                    HOR-144-01      207166 C133         M         1-4:50PM
                                                                                                                              B. NELSON                          $74       $5       $10           $89
                 HOR-008      HOME WATER AUDITING & LEAK DETECTION, 0 CREDITS                                                 Meets: 3/28, 4/4, 4/11, & 4/18.
                 Want to know how to better manage water use in your home or
                 business? Kevin McCaleb, Lake Oswego’s Water Conservation Pro-                                 HOR-145      TURF INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE, 3 CREDITS
                 gram Coordinator, will provide hands on training on reading and                                Installation and maintenance of turf grasses commonly used in
                 using your water meter; assessing water using appliances in the                                landscape construction. Emphasizes select cultural practices, irriga-
                 household; spring start up, trouble shooting, repairs, and seasonal                            tion, weed and pest identification and control.
                 maintenance of irrigation systems; and programming controllers.                                             HOR-145-01 207167 C117 W      1-4:50PM
                 The class will also cover new technologies and equipment available                                           PHIPPS                $222   $15      $20  $257
                 today.                                                                                         HOR-147      MARKETING WATER EFFICIENT LANDSCAPING, 1 CREDIT
                              HOR-008-09      209663 C133           S          9-1:50PM                         Exploring the principles of water conservation in the landscape and
                               HOWLEY                               $0         $0       $7               $7     how to be more profitable by selling water conservation practices to
                               Meets: 4/9. Call Loretta at 503-594-3392 for information. Sponsored by           residential and commercial end users.
                               Clackamas River Water Providers.                                                              HOR-147-01      207168 C133         T         1-4:20PM
                 HOR-009      SPRING FOOD GROWING, 3.3 CEU                                                                    SNELL                              $74       $5       $0            $79
                 This class utilizes a hands-on approach to organic methods of grow-                                          Meets: 3/29, 4/5, & 4/12.
                 ing early season food plants, using a hoop-house, through the study
                 of soil ecosystem, variety selection, pest management, data collec-
                 tion, harvest, and storage. Participants in this class will share in 50
                 percent of the food grown, while the remainder will be donated to
                 the local HOPE (Helping Other People Eat) Food Pantry.
                              HOR-009-01      207153 C118           W          1-3:50PM
                               WEST                                 $0         $0       $30             $30
                               Meets: 3/30-6/8.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee    Total


HOR-228      PLANT IDENTIFICATION/SPRING, 3 CREDITS                                        HOR-252      KITCHEN HERBS, 1 CREDIT
Identification of flowering trees, shrubs, and ground covers includ-                       Instruction will focus on how to use common herbs and spices as




                                                                                                                                                                                          Course Listing
ing their cultural requirements in the landscape.                                          food and for craft. Practical instruction is provided to utilize herbs
             HOR-228-01      207169 C133         T          8-11:50AM                      and spices.
              KLICK                              $222       $15       $20          $257                 HOR-252-01      207179 C118            F         8-11:50AM
HYB          HOR-228-02      207170 C133         W          6:30-7:50PM                                  HOWLEY                                $74       $5       $25            $104
              BEUTLER                            $222       $15       $20          $257                  Meets: 5/13, 5/20, & 5/27.
              Hybrid. Meets every Wednesday plus online hours. Contact: lindabe@           HOR-280      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 3 CREDITS
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3587.                                               Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
HOR-240      IRRIGATION/DRAINAGE PRACTICES, 3 CREDITS                                      segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing
Materials, equipment, and methods used to install irrigation systems                       9 credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated up to 6 credits.
in landscape areas. Emphasis on home lawns, gardens, and larger                                         HOR-280-01      207180 JOBSITE
areas, including drainage methods for improved performances.                                             BENZ                                  $222      $15          $15        $252
             HOR-240-01 207171 C117 M      6:30-10:20PM                                                  Required: A CWE seminar, and 108 jobsite hours.
              SNELL                 $222   $15       $15                           $252    HOR-281      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 6 CREDITS
HOR-242      PLANT PROPAGATION/SPRING, 3 CREDITS                                           Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
Proper techniques for reproducing plants from seed, cuttings, divi-                        segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing
sion, and micro-propagation. Emphasis on seasonal plant produc-                            9 credits of horticulture courses.
tion.                                                                                                   HOR-281-01      207181 JOBSITE
HYB          HOR-242-01      207172 C117         TH         6-7:50PM                                     BENZ                                  $444      $30          $15        $489
              WARD                               $222       $15      $30           $267                  Required: A CWE seminar, and 216 jobsite hours.
              Hybrid. Meets every Thursday plus online hours. Contact: jenniw@
                                                                                           HOR-282      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 3 CREDITS
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3887.
                                                                                           Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
HOR-243      TREE & SHRUB PRUNING/SPRING, 3 CREDITS                                        segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing
Pruning of woody ornamentals, including trees, shrubs, vines, and                          9 credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated up to 6 credits.
groundcovers. Emphasis on pruning of spring flowering ornamen-                                          HOR-282-01      207182 JOBSITE
tals and training new growth.                                                                            BENZ                                  $222      $15          $15        $252
             HOR-243-01 207173 C133 M     1-4:50PM                                                       Required: A CWE seminar, and 108 jobsite hours.
              B. NELSON             $222  $15      $15                             $252
HOR-244      ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN, 3 CREDITS
Design of landscapes to develop ecosystems using plants and other
                                                                                           Human Development & Leadership
landscape amenities to encourage wildlife and generate low main-                           See also College Success for related classes.
tenance habitat. This includes the proper use of landscape features                        HD-145       STRESS MANAGEMENT, 1 CREDIT
that build wildlife habitat including the study of various water envi-                     Identifies specific personal stressors and focus on developing skills
ronments.                                                                                  that enable students to deal more effectively with stress.
             HOR-244-01 207256 C133 TH     4-6:50PM                                        ✔	           HD-145-01       209494 H310            F         6-8:50PM
              BENZ                  $222   $15      $10                            $247                                        H310            S         9-4:50PM
HOR-245      ADVANCED LANDSCAPE DESIGN, 3 CREDITS                                                        MARTINEZ                              $74       $5       $5              $84
Advanced skill development in drawing, site analysis, and design,                                        Meets: 5/13 & 5/14. At CCC Harmony Campus.
including commercial and residential landscapes meeting profes-                            HD-147       DECISION MAKING, 1 CREDIT
sional standards.                                                                          Develop and improve your process for making satisfying choices.
             HOR-245-01      207175 C118         W          6-9:50PM                       The basics of decision making and processes for making personal,
              LEE                                $222       $15      $25           $262    social, and work choices are included. Use this class for your current
              Prerequisites: Pass HOR-229 and HOR-234.                                     decision needs.
HOR-246      ORGANIC GARDENING, 3 CREDITS                                                               HD-147-01       209495 ONLINE
Philosophy, writers, principles and practices of organic gardening.                                      MARTINEZ                              $74       $5           $40        $119
Organic gardening techniques appropriate to the maritime Pacific                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Class runs 5/9 - 5/23, a
Northwest.                                                                                               two week class. Contact: lupem@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3185.
             HOR-246-01 207176 C133  W     1-4:50PM                                        HD-153       MANAGING CONFLICT IN YOUR LIFE, 1 CREDIT
              B. NELSON              $222  $15      $15                            $252    Introduction to managing conflict in a positive way. Examine per-
HOR-247      HARDSCAPE INSTALLATION, 3 CREDITS                                             sonal beliefs about conflict and become more effective in solving
Materials and construction methods used in landscape hardscape                             problems.
development with emphasis placed on design, materials selection,                           ✔            HD-153-01       209497 H310            F         6-8:50PM
construction and maintenance of hardscape features for walls, pa-                                                              H310            S         9-4:50PM
tios, lighting, fencing, decks, and water features.                                                      STAFF                                 $74       $5       $5              $84
             HOR-247-01 207177 C117 T    6:30-10:20PM                                                    Meets: 4/15 & 4/16. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              BURRIS                $222 $15       $0   $237                               HD-154       BUILDING SELF-CONFIDENCE, 1 CREDIT
HOR-248      FLOWER ARRANGER’S GARDEN/SPRING, 3 CREDITS                                    This course is designed to address the elements forming and impact-
Learn to identify and grow seasonal plants suitable for use as cut                         ing self-confidence, disarming your inner critic, including dealing
flowers and foliage. Includes basic floral design and visits to local                      with fear, self-esteem, personal power, and establishing your center.
cutting gardens. Ideal for garden designers, home gardeners, and                                        HD-154-01       209498 RR205           F         6-8:50PM
florists.                                                                                                                      RR205           S         9-4:50PM
             HOR-248-01      207178 C118         T          1-4:50PM                                     MARTINEZ                              $74       $5       $5              $84
              BEUTLER                            $222       $15      $45           $282                  Meets: 5/27 & 5/28.




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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room           Day       Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                               Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


                 Human Development & Leadership, continued                                                    HS-280       HUMAN SERVICES GENERALIST I: CWE/PRACTICUM,
                                                                                                                           4 CREDITS                                                                     J
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                 HD-156       CREATIVE GOAL SETTING, 1 CREDIT                                                 Cooperative work experience with supervision in many areas of                              J
                 Using a variety of art media, learn how to use the creative process to                       human services occupations.                                                                E
                 define, plan, and achieve personal or professional goals.                                                 HS-280-01       207036 JOBSITE                                                n
                                                                                                                            SMITH                               $296      $20         $15        $331    i
                 ✔	           HD-156-01       209505 H310               F         6-8:50PM
                                                                                                                            Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu or
                                                     H310               S         9-4:50PM                                  503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful completion
                               MALLATT                                  $74       $5       $10         $89                  of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-281-26.
                               Meets: 4/29 & 4/30. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                                              HS-281       HUMAN SERVICES GENERALIST II: CWE/PRACTICUM,                                  J
                 HD-157       PROCRASTINATION & TIME MGMT., 1 CREDIT                                                       4 CREDITS                                                                     C
                 Provides students the opportunity to study their procrastination                             Cooperative work experience level II. Supervised experience in                             i
                 habits and time management patterns. Course focuses on compo-                                human services occupations.                                                                a
                 nents of time organization, choices re: procrastination, and methods                                                                                                                    o
                                                                                                                           HS-281-01       207037 JOBSITE
                 to improve overall use of time.                                                                                                                                                         t
                                                                                                                            SMITH                               $296      $20         $15        $331
                              HD-157-01       209499 M257               F         2-3:50PM                                  Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu or
                               STAFF                                    $74       $5       $5          $84                  503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful completion
                               Meets: 4/29 - 5/27, a five week class.                                                       of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-282-26.
                 HD-161       MULTICULTURAL AWARENESS, 1 CREDIT                                               HS-282       HUMAN SERVICES GENERALIST III: CWE/PRACTICUM,
                 Introduction to the complexities of multicultural issues and how                                          4 CREDITS                                                                     J
                 they influence one another in everyday life.                                                 Cooperative Work Experience level III. Supervised experience in                            S
                              HD-161-01       209500 RR205              F         6-8:50PM                    human services occupations.                                                                a
                                                     RR205              S         9-4:50PM                                 HS-282-01       207038 JOBSITE                                                t
                               CREQUE                                   $74       $5       $5          $84                  SMITH                               $296      $20         $15        $331    n
                               Meets: 5/6 & 5/7.                                                                            Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu or              w
                                                                                                                            503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful completion   a
                 Human Services                                                                                             of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-283-26.                                          a
                 HS-130       INTRODUCTION TO HOSPICE CARE, 0 CREDIT
                 For individuals, families, and professionals interested in learning                          Humanities
                 about hospice care for the terminally ill. Issues include death, dying,                      HUM-160 FAITH & REASON, 5 CREDITS
                 and bereavement, with attention to psychosocial need, pain and                               Introduction to classical philosophy, sacred texts, modern fiction,
                 symptom control, delivery of medical care, family dynamics, and                              poetry, theology, evolutionary biology, and cosmology.                                     J
                 philosophical and ethical questions. Required to become a Hospice                                         HUM-160-01 209193 ONLINE                                                      I
                 Volunteer.                                                                                                 HARTSOCK                            $370      $25         $35        $430    w
                 ✔	           HS-130-01       207033 WFECA              TTH       6-8:30PM                                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: donnh@          p
                               MCILVEEN                                 $0        $0       $10         $10                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3408. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-            b
                               Meets: 3/30-5/6. Restricted: Must be 18 years or older. Contact: Marianne                    ment in RD-115.
                               Wille at 503-722-3734 for addtional information. Class held at Willamette                   HUM-160-02 209445 ONLINE
                               Falls Community Health Education Center, 519 15th Street, Oregon City.                       HARTSOCK                            $370      $25         $35        $430
                               All class materials provided.                                                                Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: donnh@
                 HS-154       COMMUNITY RESOURCES, 3 CREDITS                                                                clackamas.edu or 503-594-3408. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-            J
                 Explores local community social service resources. Identifies services,                                    ment in RD-115.                                                              O
                 eligibility criteria, mission, policies, politics of agencies, identifica-                   HUM-182 PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABILITY, 5 CREDITS                                               i
                 tion of client needs, various referral processes, and historical, politi-                    Can we create a more sustainable and just world? What can our
                 cal and social trends.                                                                       personal roles in change be? How can we stimulate local sustainable
                              HS-154-01 209472 C151   W      2:30-5:20PM                                      economics? What analysis is useful in assessing ecological impacts?
                               HUBKA                  $222   $15       $0 $237                                ✔	           HUM-182-15 208452 W211               MW        6-8:20PM                       J
                 HS-170       INTRODUCTION TO FIELD EXPERIENCE-HUMAN SERVICES,                                              GRABILL                             $0        $0       $395          $395    O
                              3 CREDITS                                                                                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville
                                                                                                                                                                                                         o
                 Exploration of Human Services in the workplace and organizations,                                          Campus.
                 including work stress, supervision, ethics, cultural diversity, and so-                      HUM-242 AMERICAN MILITARY CONFLICT, 4 CREDITS
                 cial responsibility. Prerequisite to Human Services CWE courses.                             Provides students with the fundamental knowledge of the politics
                              HS-170-01 207034 C151 TTH   1-2:20PM                                            and geography of United States military operations when conduct-
                               SMITH                $222  $15      $0                                 $237    ing “The War on Terror,” as applied to conflicts in Afghanistan and
                                                                                                                                                                                                         J
                 HS-199       WORKING WITH VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES,                                       Iraq, and the planned defense of the territorial United States.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         O
                              3 CREDITS                                                                       ✔	           HUM-242-01 209195 TBA                TH        6-9:50PM                       m
                 Introduces students to the concepts and skills used in working with                                        DARRIS/FOSTER                       $296      $20      $0            $316    c
                 veterans and their families. Will explore military culture, expecta-                                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony
                 tions and deployment, and the impact of these on both the enlistee                                         Campus.
                 and his/her family. Topics include resources for military families, re-
                 adjustment after service, PTSD, alcohol and drug abuse, and the VA.
                              HS-199-01       209276 DJ225              MW        9-10:20AM
                                                                                                                                                                                                         J
                               SMITH                                    $222      $15      $0         $237                                                                                               W
                                                                                                                                                                                                         W


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville             Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus           14.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                        HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                          see page 16.


            56   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                        Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room    Day       Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
              Instructor                        Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total



Journalism                                                                              J-280        JOURNALISM/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                        Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job




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J-134        PHOTOJOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS                                                 work experience and training related to journalism.
Emphasizes composition, lighting and creative ways to illustrate a                                   J-280-01        208235 JOBSITE
news story. Analyzes ethical issues in the digital age. Weekly shoot-                                 JONES                               $444        $30      $15        $489V
ing assignments.                                                                                      Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
             J-134-01   208228 RR208            W         6-9:50PM                      J-280A       PUBLIC RELATIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
              GUTIERREZ                         $296      $20      $0          $316     Provides students with on-the-job experience and training related to
              Recommended: Basic photography skills.
                                                                                        public relations.
J-211        MASS MEDIA & SOCIETY, 4 CREDITS                                                         J-280A-01       208236 JOBSITE
Critical study of the production and consumption of mass media,                                       STAFF                               $444        $30      $15        $489V
including television, radio, books, film, newspapers, advertising                                     Cooperative work experience. Required: Instructor consent & a CWE
and the Internet. Examines the economic and social organization                                       seminar.
of mass media, the growth of new media technologies, and the rela-
tionship between media and the public.
             J-211-01        208229 RR208       W         2-5:50PM
                                                                                        Manufacturing Technology
              JONES                             $296      $20      $0          $316     All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass RD-090 or           prior to registering. Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the
              placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                  Student Success Center, 503-594-3475.
J-215        PUBLICATIONS, 1-3V CREDITS                                                 MET-170      INTRO TO MANUFACTURING PROCESS, 3 CREDITS
Students learn the components of news stories and photojournalism                       This is a survey course to introduce students to the fundamental
and study the techniques of putting together news stories and pho-                      processes that are used to manufacture everyday products. Topics
tos, including writing styles, photography rules, ethical standards of                  include machining, casting, forming, welding, molding, composites
news gathering and the rights of a free press in democracy. Students                    and microelectronics fabrication.
work as writers, photographers and editors on The Clackamas Print                                    MET-170-01 207600 B151   TTH                     3-4:20PM
and its website in areas of writing, photography, editing, production                                 STAFF                   $222                    $15      $90         $327
and advertising.
                                                                                        MFG-104      PRINT READING, 2 CREDITS
             J-215-01        208230 RR135       MWF       1-1:50PM                      Introduction to basic print reading. Students will use the principles
              JONES                             $222      $15      $0         $237V     of orthographic projection and current ASME standards as they ap-
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or           ply this knowledge to interpreting manufacturing prints.
              placmenet in WR-121; pass J-216.
                                                                                                     MFG-104-01 207608 MOD2A M     4:30-6:50PM
J-216        REPORTING, 4 CREDITS                                                                     KORFHAGE               $148  $10       $60 $218
Introduces the fundamentals of journalism: news gathering, news                         MFG-106      APPLIED GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING
writing, interviewing, libel and rights and responsibilities of a free                               FOR MANUFACTURING
press in a democracy. Writing for different media including print,                      Introduces students to application of gauging and inspection using
blogs, documentary films and radio.                                                     Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Students will identify
             J-216-01        209133 ONLINE                                              inspection equipment and inspect GDT characteristics while experi-
              JONES                             $296      $20      $35         $351     encing MFG implications.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                        MFG-106-01 207611 B154   W       3-5:50PM
              placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                      WANNER                  $222    $15      $90                         $327
J-220        INTRODUCTION TO BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS                            MFG-107      INDUSTRIAL SAFETY & FIRST AID, 3 CREDITS
Offers students interested in broadcast journalism basic skills of writ-                Covers safety hazards and first aid in the workplace. Includes eye
ing, reporting, and camera operation for broadcast.                                     safety, grinding wheel hazards, electrical/chemical hazards, slips,
             J-220-01        208231 M125        MWF       10-11:29AM                    falls and back injuries. Instruction in Red Cross first aid, AED and
              MINGO                             $296      $20      $90         $406     CPR.
              Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                     MFG-107-01 207613 MOD2A W     4-6:50PM
J-221        BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS                                                          ANDERSON               $222  $15      $90   $327
Offers students interested in broadcast journalism intermediate skills                  MFG-109      COMPUTER LITERACY FOR TECHNICIANS, 3 CREDITS
of editing, compression, and uploading for broadcast.                                   Presents the uses of computers in business and industry. Subjects
             J-221-01        208232 M125        MWF       10-11:29AM                    covered include computer platforms, basic hardware, data commu-
              MINGO                             $296      $20      $90         $406     nication, and operating systems. Reviews and uses word processing,
              Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass       spreadsheet, and database software for the PC.
              J-220 with a “C” or better or instructor consent.                                      MFG-109-01 207615 B277 F     1-3:50PM
J-222        ADVANCED BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS                                                 ARISTIZABAL           $222  $15      $90                             $327
Offers students interested in broadcast journalism advanced skills of                   MFG-110      MANUFACTURING SPECIAL PROJECTS, 3 CREDITS
managing reporters, videographers, and a web presence in a broad-                       Select, design and produce project utilizing manual machine tools,
cast newsroom.                                                                          CAD or CAM programming and electrical discharge machines. Stu-
             J-222-01        208233 M125        MWF       10-11:29AM                    dent is expected to have solid understanding of basic machine tools.
              MINGO                             $296      $20      $90         $406                  MFG-110-01 207619 B155B              M           8-12:20PM
              Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass                                      B155               T           8-9:20AM
              J-220 and J-221 with a “C” or better or instructor consent.
                                                                                                      DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $222        $15      $90         $327
J-226        NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION, 4 CREDITS                                                          Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Bob DelGatto, delgatto@clackamas.
Weekly production of The Clackamas Print, the college newspaper.                                      edu or 503-594-3320.
Write headlines, design and lay out pages and ads.                                                   MFG-110-03 207621 B155B              T           7-9:50PM
             J-226-01        208234 RR135       T         1-4:50PM                                                     B155               TH          7-9:50PM
              JONES                             $296      $20      $0          $316                   NEWTON                              $222        $15      $90         $327
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                         Required: Insructor consent. Contact: Brian Newton, bnewton@clackamas.
              placement in WR-121.                                                                    edu or 503-594-3782.


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                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee    Total


                 Manufacturing Technology, continued                                                        MFG-112      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS II, 6 CREDITS
                                                                                                            Covers set-up and operation of vertical milling machine and boring
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                 MFG-110      MANUFACTURING SPECIAL PROJECTS, 6 CREDITS                                     techniques on lathe. Includes surface grinding, selection of abrasive
                 Select, design and produce project utilizing manual machine tools,                         wheels.
                 CAD or CAM programming and electrical discharge machines. Stu-                                          MFG-112-02 207637 B155B             MT        8-12:20PM
                 dent is expected to have solid understanding of basic machine tools.                                                      B155              W         8-10:50AM
                              MFG-110-02 207620 B155B              MW        8-12:20PM                                    DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                   $444      $30      $180      $654
                                                B155               TH        8-10:50AM                                    Recommended: MFG-111.
                               DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $444      $30      $180         $654                  MFG-112-05 207640 B155B             MTWTH 7-9:50PM
                               Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Bob DelGatto, delgatto@clackamas.                                    B155              MTWTH 7-9:50PM
                               edu or 503-594-3320.                                                                       NEWTON                             $444  $30      $180          $654
                              MFG-110-04 207622 B155B              MTWTH 7-9:50PM                                         Recommended: MFG-111.
                                                B155               MTWTH 7-9:50PM                           MFG-112      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS II, 9 CREDITS
                               NEWTON                              $444  $30      $180             $654     Covers set-up and operation of vertical milling machine and boring
                               Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Brian Newton, bnewton@clackamas.      techniques on lathe. Includes surface grinding, selection of abrasive
                               edu or 503-594-3782.                                                         wheels.
                 MFG-111      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS I, 3 CREDITS                                                     MFG-112-03 207638 B155B             MTWTH 8-12:20PM
                 Covers machine tool operations including drill presses, lathes, and                                                       B155              MTWTH 8-12:20PM
                 milling machines. Includes internal and external threading.                                              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                   $666  $45      $270          $981
                              MFG-111-01 207625 B155B              M         8-12:20PM                                    Recommended: MFG-111.
                                                B155               T         8-9:20AM                                    MFG-112-06 207642 B155  MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM
                               DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $222      $15      $90          $327                                    B155B MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM
                               Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.                                                            NEWTON                 $666  $45       $270                     $981
                              MFG-111-04 207628 B155B              M         7-9:50PM                       MFG-113      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS III, 3 CREDITS
                                                 B155              W         7-9:50PM                       Covers offset boring heads, rotary tables, indexing devices and taper
                               STOLLBERG/SCHMIDT                   $222      $15      $90          $327     attachments. Includes technical math, inspection techniques, opti-
                               Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.                                              cal comparators, coordinate measuring machines.
                 MFG-111      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS I, 6 CREDITS                                                     MFG-113-01 207646 B155B             W         8-12:20PM
                 Covers machine tool operations including drill presses, lathes, and                                                       B155              TH        8-9:20AM
                 milling machines. Includes internal and external threading.                                              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                   $222      $15      $90       $327
                              MFG-111-02 207626 B155B              MT        8-12:20PM                                    Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
                                                B155               W         8-10:50AM                                   MFG-113-04 207650 B155B             M         7-9:50PM
                               DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $444      $30      $180         $654                                    B155              W         7-9:50PM
                               Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.                                                            STOLLBERG                          $222      $15      $90       $327
                              MFG-111-05 207629 B155B              MTWTH 7-9:50PM                                         Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
                                                 B155              MTWTH 7-9:50PM                           MFG-113      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS III, 6 CREDITS
                               STOLLBERG/SCHMIDT                   $444  $30      $180             $654     Covers offset boring heads, rotary tables, indexing devices and taper
                               Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.                                              attachments. Includes technical math, inspection techniques, opti-
                 MFG-111      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS I, 9 CREDITS                                        cal comparators, coordinate measuring machines.
                 Covers machine tool operations including drill presses, lathes, and                                     MFG-113-02 207648 B155B             MW        8-12:20PM
                 milling machines. Includes internal and external threading.                                                               B155              TH        8-10:50AM
                              MFG-111-03 207627 B155B              MTWTH 8-12:20PM                                        DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                   $444      $30      $180      $654
                                                B155               MTWTH 8-12:20PM                                        Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
                               DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $666  $45      $270             $981                  MFG-113-05 207651 B155B             MTWTH 7-9:50PM
                               Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.                                                                             B155              MTWTH 7-9:50PM
                              MFG-111-06 207631 B155  MTWTH                  5:30-9:50PM                                  STOLLBERG                          $444  $30      $180          $654
                                                                                                                          Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
                                                B155B MTWTH                  5:30-9:50PM
                               STOLLBERG              $666                   $45       $270        $981     MFG-113      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS III, 9 CREDITS
                 MFG-112      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS II,                  3 CREDITS                      Covers offset boring heads, rotary tables, indexing devices and taper
                 Covers set-up and operation of vertical milling machine and boring                         attachments. Includes technical math, inspection techniques, opti-
                 techniques on lathe. Includes surface grinding, selection of abrasive                      cal comparators, coordinate measuring machines.
                 wheels.                                                                                                 MFG-113-03 207649 B155B             MTWTH 8-12:20PM
                              MFG-112-01 207636 B155B              T         8-12:20PM                                                     B155              MTWTH 8-12:20PM
                                                B155               W         8-9:20AM                                     DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                   $666  $45      $270          $981
                               DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $222      $15      $90          $327                   Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
                               Recommended: MFG-111.                                                                     MFG-113-06 207653 B155              MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM
                              MFG-112-04 207639 B155B              TTH       7-9:50PM                                                      B155B             MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM
                                                B155               TTH       7-9:50PM                                     STOLLBERG                          $666  $45       $270         $981
                               NEWTON                              $222      $15      $90          $327                   Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
                               Recommended: MFG-111.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                    Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time                                    Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
              Instructor                       Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee    Total


MFG-132      BASIC ELECTRICITY III, 3 CREDITS                                       MFG-271      MASTERCAM MILL I, 4 CREDITS
Study of the Oregon State Laws and Administrative rule, in a prac-                  Covers the creation and manipulation of two and three dimensional




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tice test style format. Includes examination and test techniques.                   wire frame models as well as the creating, editing, and verification
             MFG-132-01 207657 B151            F         5-7:50PM                   of 2-1/2 axis toolpaths. A fundamental understanding of the CAD/
              TUGGLE                           $222      $15      $225      $462    CAM process will be gained.
              Recommended: MFG-130 & MFG-131.                                                    MFG-271-01 207674 B276 MW                         4:30-8:20PM
MFG-133      PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS, 3 CREDITS                                            RIZZO                 $296                       $20       $200          $516
A study of the basic skills necessary to program, install, and main-                MFG-273      MASTERCAM LATHE, 3 CREDITS
tain industrial control systems utilizing programmable logic control-               Covers geometry creation and lathe programming using Mastercam
lers. Course content lays a foundation of hardwired relay control                   to generate toolpaths such as: Rough, Finish, Thread and Drill. Mill/
systems and components then build on this for an understanding of                   turn machining conventions, C-axis programming, tool libraries and
programmable logic controllers (PLC) systems.                                       solids toolpath verification are also covered.
             MFG-133-01 207658 B277            T         5-7:50PM                                MFG-273-01 207675 B153                 TTH        1-4:50PM
              MILLER                           $222      $15      $90       $327                  RIZZO                                 $222       $15      $150           $387
              Recommended: MFG-130.                                                               Recommended: MFG-271 or prior experience.
MFG-202      CNC II: PROGRAM & OPERATION, 4 CREDITS                                 MFG-275      MASTERCAM I: STREAMINGTEACHERTM, 3 CREDITS
Places heavy emphasis on writing G and M code. Covers advanced                      Current version of Mastercam computer-aided parts creation and
programming and operation of CNC milling centers and basic pro-                     programming. Covers the creation and modification of two and
gramming, set-up and operation of CNC turning centers. Recom-                       three-dimensional wire frame models as well as 2-1/2 axis toolpaths.
mended: MFG-201.                                                                    Includes basic exposure to solid modeling.
             MFG-202-01 207663 B158  TTH    1:30-5:10PM                                          MFG-275-01 207676 ONLINE
              SMITH                  $296   $20       $300                  $616                  DELGATTO                              $222       $15         $80         $317
MFG-203      CNC III: APPLIED PROGRAMMING & OPERATION,                                            Online. Contact: delgatto@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3320. Required:
             3 CREDITS                                                                            Instructor consent and access to a seat of the current industrial version,
Students work individually or in small groups to design, program,                                 or a current student version of Mastercam.
manufacture and test advanced projects using: CNC mills, CNC                        MFG-280      MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
lathes, Electrical Discharge Machines and various software applica-                 Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
tions. Introduction to principles and operation of EDM included.                    of manufacturing.
             MFG-203-01 207664 B158            MW        6-8:50PM                                MFG-280-01 207677 JOBSITE
                               B159            MW        6-8:50PM                                 LOCKE                                 $444       $30         $15        $489V
              LOCKE                            $222      $15      $225      $462                  Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.
              Recommended: MFG-201 or MFG-204.
MFG-206      COMPUTER AIDED MFG III, 3 CREDITS                                      Mathematics
Final class in CAM series will concentrate on a capstone project. De-               MTH-010      FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC I, 4 CREDITS
sign, program & fabricate an industrial caliber independent project.                Reviews operations on whole numbers, elementary fraction con-
             MFG-206-01 207665 B158            TTH       6-8:50PM                   cepts, operations on decimals, and measurement.
                               B159            TTH       6-8:50PM                                MTH-010-01 208929 S143                 MW         9-10:50AM
              RIZZO                            $222      $15      $225      $462                  ABBOTT                                $296       $20      $15            $331
              Recommended: MFG-205.                                                               PC Lab.
MFG-211      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS IV, 3 CREDITS                                             MTH-010-02 208930 S143                 TTH        2:30-4:20PM
Concentrates on CNC setup, operation and surface grinding. De-                                    ABBOTT                                $296       $20       $15           $331
velop and apply machining skills while creating products in team                                  PC Lab.
environment. May include fixture design and cutting mechanics.                                   MTH-010-03 209510 M255                 TTH        10-11:50AM
             MFG-211-01 207667 B155            TTH       8-10:50AM                                ARISTIZABAL                           $296       $20      $15            $331
                               B155B           TTH       8-10:50AM                  ✔            MTH-010-20 209511 OIT152               TTH        9-10:50AM
              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                 $222      $15      $90       $327                  REYNOLDS                              $296       $20      $15            $331
              Recommended: MFG-104, MFG-105 & MFG-113.                                            PC Lab.
             MFG-211-03 207669 B155            TTH       7-9:50PM                   ✔            MTH-010-21 209512 OIT152               MW         6-7:50PM
                               B155B           TTH       7-9:50PM                                 REYNOLDS                              $296       $20      $15            $331
              NEWTON                           $222      $15      $90       $327                  PC Lab.
              Recommended: MFG-104, MFG-105 & MFG-113.                              MTH-020      FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC II, 4 CREDITS
MFG-211      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS IV, 6 CREDITS                                Topics include factors and multiples, operations on fractions, per-
Concentrates on CNC setup, operation and surface grinding. De-                      cents, ratios and proportions, powers and square roots, and intro-
velop and apply machining skills while creating products in team                    duction to graphs, and signed numbers.
environment. May include fixture design and cutting mechanics.                                   MTH-020-01 208932 S143                 MW         9-10:50AM
             MFG-211-02 207668 B155            MTWTH 8-10:50AM                                    ABBOTT                                $296       $20      $15            $331
                               B155B           MTWTH 8-10:50AM                                    PC Lab. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in
              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                 $444  $30      $180          $654                  MTH-020.
              Recommended: MFG-104, MFG-105 & MFG-113.                                           MTH-020-02 208933 S143                 TTH        2:30-4:20PM
             MFG-211-04 207670 B155B           MTWTH 7-9:50PM                                     ABBOTT                                $296       $20       $15           $331
                               B155            MTWTH 7-9:50PM                                     PC Lab. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in
              NEWTON                           $444  $30      $180          $654                  MTH-020.
              Recommended: MFG-104, MFG-105 & MFG-113.                                           MTH-020-03 208934 RR206                MW         8-9:50AM
MFG-221      MATERIALS SCIENCE, 3 CREDITS                                                         ARISTIZABAL                           $296       $20      $15            $331
Introduces metallurgy and materials science. Extractive and physical                              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-020.
metallurgy will be covered. Specific topics include heat treatment,                              MTH-020-04 208935 RR204                MW         10-11:50AM
materials analysis, the iron carbon phase diagram, composites, ce-                                ARNDORFER                             $296       $20      $15            $331
ramics and industrial plastics.                                                                   Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-020.
             MFG-221-01 207671 B151            MW        3-5:50PM
                               B157            MW        3-5:50PM
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                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
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                 Mathematics, continued                                                                                   MTH-060-08 209517 RR205               WF         2-3:50PM                        ✔
                                                                                                                           LOSLI                                $296       $20      $15           $331
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                              MTH-020-05 208936 RR204              MW        12-1:50PM                                     Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.
                               AHLQUIST                            $296      $20      $15           $331                  MTH-060-09 209518 RR206               S          9-1:20PM
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-020.                    ARNDORFER                            $296       $20      $15           $331     M
                                                                                                                           Final held on 6/4. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or place-    T
                              MTH-020-06 208937 RR205              TTH       4-5:50PM                                                                                                                      c
                               MEUSER                              $296      $20      $15           $331                   ment in MTH-060.
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-020.                   MTH-060-10 209519 ONLINE                                                         c
                                                                                                                           K. LEWANDOWSKI                       $296       $20         $15        $331     u
                              MTH-020-07 208938 RR204              TTH       8-9:50AM
                                                                                                                           Online. Contact: kurtl@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3329. Prerequisite: Pass        e
                               ARISTIZABAL                         $296      $20      $15           $331
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-020.                    MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.
                 ✔            MTH-020-20 209513 TBA                TTH       9-10:50AM                       ✔            MTH-060-20 208950 H310                MW         9-10:50AM
                               REYNOLDS                            $296      $20      $15           $331                   ARNDORFER                            $296       $20      $15           $331
                               PC Lab. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in                     Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.        M
                               MTH-020.                                                                                    At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                          T
                                                                                                             ✔            MTH-060-21 208951 OIT149              TTH        6-7:50PM                        i
                 ✔            MTH-020-21 209514 TBA                MW        6-7:50PM
                               REYNOLDS                            $296      $20      $15           $331                   BERKELEY                             $296       $20      $15           $331     c
                               PC Lab. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a “C” or better or placement in                     Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.        t
                               MTH-020.                                                                                    At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                          H
                 MTH-050      TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I, 3 CREDITS                                             MTH-065      ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
                 This course is designed for career and technical students. The top-                         The second term of topics in algebra. This course continues the ex-
                 ics covered focus students on critical thinking, problem solving and                        ploration of expressions, equations, and inequalities numerically,
                 mathematical communication using applications in applied arith-                             symbolically, graphically, and verbally.
                 metic, measurement, geometry, and statistics and probability.                               HYB          MTH-065-01 208954 RR205               M          2-3:50PM                        H
                              MTH-050-01 208940 S134               MW        3-4:50PM                                      AHLQUIST                             $296       $20      $15           $331
                                                                                                                           Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: ahlquist@clacka-
                               SCRIVENER                           $222      $15      $15           $252
                                                                                                                           mas.edu or 503-594-3555. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-050
                                                                                                                           or placement in MTH-065.
                               or MTH-060.
                                                                                                                          MTH-065-02 208955 RR206               MW         4-5:50PM
                              MTH-050-02 208941 M255               MW        4-5:50PM                                      STAUFFER                             $296       $20      $15           $331
                               BRUNING                             $222      $15      $15           $252                   Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-050
                               or MTH-060.                                                                                MTH-065-03 208956 M255                MW         8-9:50AM
                                                                                                                           WATSON                               $296       $20      $15           $331
                              MTH-050-03 208942 M255               MW        6-7:50PM                                      Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.
                               GOTUR                               $222      $15      $15           $252
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-050                    MTH-065-04 208957 RR205               MW         10-11:50AM
                               or MTH-060.                                                                                 LUETKENHAUS                          $296       $20      $15           $331
                                                                                                                           Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.
                 MTH-060      ALGEBRA I, 4 CREDITS
                 Designed for review or for the beginner, this course is an introduc-                                     MTH-065-05 208958 RR204               TTH        1-2:50PM
                 tion to topics in algebra. Expressions, equations, and inequalities are                                   LUETKENHAUS                          $296       $20      $15           $331
                 explored numerically, symbolically, graphically, and verbally.                                            Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.
                              MTH-060-01 208945 M255               MW        2-3:50PM                                     MTH-065-06 208959 RR206               TTH        6-7:50PM
                               BRUNING                             $296      $20      $15           $331                   HEVEL                                $296       $20      $15           $331
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.                    Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.
                                                                                                                          MTH-065-07 208960 M255                TTH        8-9:50AM
                              MTH-060-02 208946 RR205              MW        6-7:50PM
                               CONKLIN                             $296      $20      $15           $331                   STAUFFER                             $296       $20      $15           $331
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.                    Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.
                              MTH-060-03 208947 M255               MW        12-1:50PM                       HYB          MTH-065-08 209521 S134                W          6-7:50PM
                               NORDSTROM HULL                      $296      $20      $15           $331                   BARATTO                              $296       $20      $15           $331
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.                    Hybrid. Meets any Wednesday plus online hours. Contact: sbaratto@
                                                                                                                           clackamas.edu or 503-594-3325. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C”
                 HYB          MTH-060-04 208948 S134               T         6-7:50PM                                      or better or placement in MTH-065.
                               BARATTO                             $296      $20      $15           $331
                               Hybird. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: sbaratto@                          MTH-065-09 209522 RR204               S          2-6:20PM                        ✔
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3325. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C”                        WEBBER                               $296       $20      $15           $331
                               or better or placement in MTH-060.                                                          Final held on 6/4. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or place-
                                                                                                                           ment in MTH-065.
                              MTH-060-05 208949 M255               TTH       4-5:50PM
                               HEVEL                               $296      $20      $15           $331                  MTH-065-10 209523 ONLINE                                                         ✔
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.                    LUETKENHAUS                          $296       $20         $50        $366
                                                                                                                           Online. Contact: rital@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3330. Prerequisite: Pass
                              MTH-060-06 209515 RR204              TTH       6-7:50PM                                      MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.
                               GOTUR                               $296      $20      $15           $331
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.      ✔            MTH-065-20 208962 H320                MW         9-10:50AM
                              MTH-060-07 209516 RR205              TTH       8-9:50AM                                      AHLQUIST                             $296       $20      $15           $331
                               K. LEWANDOWSKI                      $296      $20      $15           $331                   Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.        M
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-060.                    At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                          A
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                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         14.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


✔            MTH-065-21 208963 H320                TTH        6-7:50PM                                     MTH-105-02 209529 M255              MW         10-11:50AM
              WAFER                                $296       $20      $15           $331                   HALL                               $296       $20      $15          $331
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-065.




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                                                                                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                                        placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or
MTH-080      TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS II, 3 CREDITS                                                            placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
This course is the second in a three-term sequence designed for                                            MTH-105-03 208980 M255              TTH        1-2:50PM
career-technical students. The topics covered focus students on criti-                                      WAFER                              $296       $20      $15          $331
cal thinking, problem solving, and mathematical communication                                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
using applications in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonom-                                          placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with “C” or better or
etry.                                                                                                       placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
             MTH-080-01 208968 S134                TTH        3-4:50PM                        MTH-111      COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
              BARATTO                              $222       $15      $15           $252     A transfer course designed for students preparing for trigonometry
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-050 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-080.        or statistics. Relations and functions are explored symbolically,
MTH-095      ALGEBRA III, 4 CREDITS                                                           graphically, numerically, and verbally. Topics include polynomial,
The third term of topics in algebra using the rule-of-four approach                           rational, radical, piecewise, exponential, and logarithmic functions.
is designed to prepare students for transfer-level math courses. This                         HYB          MTH-111-01 208985 RR206             M          6-8:20PM
course emphasizes problem solving and graphical techniques with                                             NORDSTROM HULL                     $370       $25      $15          $410
the use of a graphing utility.                                                                              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: rhondah@
                                                                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3331. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
HYB          MTH-095-01 208971 S134                M          6-7:50PM
              STAUFFER                             $296       $20      $15           $331                   placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite:
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: christys@                              Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-111.
              clackamas.edu Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or                                       MTH-111-02 208986 RR204             MWF        2-3:20PM
              better or placement in MTH-095.                                                               HALL                               $370       $25      $15          $410
HYB          MTH-095-02 208972 S134                M          10-11:50AM                                    Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              T. LEWANDOWSKI                       $296       $20      $15           $331                   placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: theresel@                              placement in MTH-111.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3741. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or                      MTH-111-03 208987 RR206             MWF        10-11:25AM
              better or placement in MTH-095.                                                               CHASE                              $370       $25      $15          $410
             MTH-095-03 208973 RR205               MW         4-5:50PM                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              LOSLI                                $296       $20      $15           $331                   placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.                      placement in MTH-111.
             MTH-095-04 208974 S134                MW         8-9:50AM                        HYB          MTH-111-04 208988 RR206             TTH        1-2:50PM
              T. LEWANDOWSKI                       $296       $20      $15           $331                   NORDSTROM HULL                     $370       $25      $15          $410
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.                      Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday & Thursday plus online hours. Contact:
                                                                                                            rhondah@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3331. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
             MTH-095-05 209524 RR206               MW         12-1:50PM
                                                                                                            placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite:
              WATSON                               $296       $20      $15           $331                   Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-111.
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.
                                                                                                           MTH-111-05 209533 RR206             TTH        3-5:25PM
             MTH-095-06 209525 S134                TTH        1-2:50PM
                                                                                                            BERKELEY                           $370       $25      $15          $410
              M. HULL                              $296       $20      $15           $331                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.                      placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or
             MTH-095-07 209526 RR205               TTH        10-11:50AM                                    placement in MTH-111.
              LUETKENHAUS                          $296       $20      $15           $331                  MTH-111-06 208989 S134              WF         10-12:20PM
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.                      STAFF                              $370       $25      $15          $410
             MTH-095-08 209527 S134                S          9-1:20PM                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              EMME                                 $296       $20      $15           $331                   placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or
              Final held on 6/4. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or place-                  placement in MTH-111.
              ment in MTH-095.                                                                             MTH-111-07 208990 S134              S          8-1:20PM
             MTH-095-09 209528 ONLINE                                                                       WEBBER                             $370       $25      $15          $410
              ABBOTT                               $296       $20         $50        $366                   Final held on 6/4. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115;
              Online. Contact: hillarya@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3550. Prerequisite:                        pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a
              Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.                                    “C” or better or placement in MTH-111.
✔            MTH-095-20 208975 H310                MW         11-12:50PM                                   MTH-111-08 209534 ONLINE
              STAUFFER                             $296       $20      $15           $331                   K. LEWANDOWSKI                      $370      $25        $50        $445
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.                      Online. Contact: kurtl@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3329. Recommended:
              At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                                        Pass RD-090 or placmeent in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in
✔            MTH-095-21 208976 OIT145              MW         6-7:50PM                                      WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in
              HEGE                                 $296       $20      $15           $331                   MTH-111.
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday and Wednesday plus online hours.                     ✔	           MTH-111-15 208991 W112              MW         6-8:20PM
              Contact: theresel@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3741. Prerequisite: Pass                           DOWLING                            $0         $0       $410         $410
              MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095. At CCC Harmony                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              Campus.                                                                                       placement in WR-121. Prerequiste: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or
                                                                                                            placement in MTH-111. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
MTH-105      INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY MATH, 4 CREDITS
A transfer mathematics course for non-science majors. The topics                              ✔	           MTH-111-20 208992 H320              MW         11-1:20PM
covered in this course focus students on critical thinking, problem                                         YANNOTTA                           $370       $25      $15          $410
solving, mathematical communication, and applications relevant to                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
contemporary society.                                                                                       placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or
                                                                                                            placement in MTH-111. At CCC Harmony Campus.
             MTH-105-01 208979 S134                TTH        10-11:50AM
              HALL                                 $296       $20      $15           $331
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or
              placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee       Total


                 Mathematics, continued                                                                     MTH-244      STATISTICS II, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                            Hypothesis tests and confidence intervals for one and two popula-                             M
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                 ✔            MTH-111-21 208993 OIT155            MW         6-8:20PM                       tions, linear regression, inference about regression, chi-square tests,                       T
                               SCRIVENER                          $370       $25      $15          $410     and analysis of variance. A student project is required.                                      w
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                           MTH-244-01 209015 RR205              TTH       6-7:50PM                          s
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or                    ATKINSON                            $296      $20      $15          $331
                                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                                                                                                                          M
                               placement in MTH-111. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 MTH-112      TRIGONOMETRY/PRE-CALCULUS, 5 CREDITS                                                        placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-243 with a “C” or better or
                 A transfer course designed for students preparing for calculus.                                          instructor consent.
                 Standards-based approaches to trigonometric functions, polar coor-                                      MTH-244-02 209539 RR206              WF        2-3:50PM
                 dinates, vectors, and parametric equations. Particular attention will                                    ATKINSON                            $296      $20      $15          $331
                 be paid to modeling applications and solving problems.                                                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                                          placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-243 with a “C” or better or
                              MTH-112-01 208999 RR204             MWF        8-9:20AM
                                                                                                                          instructor consent.
                               CHASE                              $370       $25      $15          $410
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or              ✔            MTH-244-20 209540 H310               MW        6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                          ATKINSON                            $296      $20      $15          $331        M
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-111 with a “C” or better or
                               placement in MTH-112.                                                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                 D
                                                                                                                          placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-243 with a “C” or better or         c
                              MTH-112-02 209000 RR205             TTH        1-3:20PM                                                                                                                     t
                                                                                                                          instructor consent. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                               KYSER                              $370       $25      $15          $410
                                                                                                            MTH-251      CALCULUS I, 5 CREDITS                                                            ✔
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-111 with a “C” or better or      Topics and applications of differentiation.
                               placement in MTH-112.                                                                     MTH-251-01 209018 RR205              MWF       8-9:20AM
                              MTH-112-03 209535 RR206             T          10-11:50AM                                   M. HULL                             $370      $25      $15          $410
                                                RR206             TH         10-12:50PM                                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                                          placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-112 with a “C” or better or         M
                               BARATTO                            $370       $25      $15          $410
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                            placement in MTH-251.                                                           S
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-111 with a “C” or better or      MTH-252      CALCULUS II, 5 CREDITS                                                           a
                               placement in MTH-112.                                                        Topics and applications of integration.                                                       c
                 MTH-213      FUNDAMENTALS OF ELEMENTARY MATH III, 4 CREDITS                                             MTH-252-01 209021 RR204              TTH       10-12:20PM                        ✔
                 The third in a three-term sequence designed for prospective elemen-                                      M. HULL                             $370      $25      $15          $410
                 tary education majors. Topics include probability and two- and                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 three-dimensional geometry.                                                                              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-251 with a “C” or better.
                              MTH-213-01 209537 S134              TTH        8-9:50AM                       MTH-253      CALCULUS III, 5 CREDITS
                               SHELLABARGER                       $296       $20      $15          $331     Additional topics in calculus including sequences and series.                                 M
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                                                                                                            S
                                                                                                                         MTH-253-01 209025 S134               MWF       1-2:25PM
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-212 with a “C” or better or                                                                                                    c
                                                                                                                          KYSER                               $370      $25      $15          $410
                               instructor consent.                                                                                                                                                        m
                                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 MTH-243      STATISTICS I, 4 CREDITS                                                                     placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-252 with a “C” or better.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          9
                 Descriptive statistics, observational studies, experiments, elementary                     MTH-254      VECTOR CALCULUS, 5 CREDITS                                                       ✔
                 probability, random variables, and sampling distributions.                                 The study of vectors and analytic geometry in three-space, the calcu-
                 HYB          MTH-243-01 209010 RR206             M          2-3:50PM                       lus of vector-valued functions, and the calculus of several variables.
                               ATKINSON                           $296       $20      $15          $331                  MTH-254-01 209027 RR204              TTH       3-5:20PM
                               Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: adama@                              SIMMONS                             $370      $25      $15          $410
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3566. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                 M
                               ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass                     placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-253 with a “C” or better or         C
                               MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-112.                           concurrent enrollment in MTH-253; or instructor consent.                        l
                              MTH-243-02 209011 RR204             MW         6-7:50PM                       MTH-280      MATHEMATICS/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS                                                    ✔
                               SHELLABARGER                       $296       $20      $15          $331
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or              Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in teaching,
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a            tutoring or applying mathematics while supervised by a teacher or
                               “C” or better or placement in MTH-112.                                       mathematician.
                              MTH-243-03 209012 RR205             MW         12-1:50PM                                   MTH-280-01 209028 JOBSITE
                               M. HULL                            $296       $20      $15
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                   $331                   KYSER
                                                                                                                          Restricted: Math lab tutors.
                                                                                                                                                              $0        $0         $0              $0
                                                                                                                                                                                                          M
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a “C”        MTH-299      BRIDGE TO UNIVERSITY MATHEMATICS, 3 CREDITS                                      M
                               or better or placement in MTH-112.                                           Intended for students who are interested in mathematics beyond the                            P
                                                                                                            calculus sequence.                                                                            t
                              MTH-243-04 209013 RR206             TTH        8-9:50AM
                                                                                                                                                                                                          a
                               SIMMONS                            $296       $20      $15          $331                  MTH-299-01 209029 RR204              MW        4-5:20PM                          a
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                            SIMMONS                             $222      $15      $15          $252
                               placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a “C”                      Prerequisite: Pass MTH-112 or instructor consent.
                               or better or placement in MTH-112.
                              MTH-243-05 209538 ONLINE
                               SIMMONS                             $296      $20        $50        $366
                               Online. Contact: bruces@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3332. Recommended:                                                                                                        M
                               Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in
                               WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a “C” or better or
                               placement in MTH-112.

                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         14.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


            62   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                                Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                            Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day        Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee            Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition    Fee            Crs. Fee    Total



Medical Assistant                                                                               MUP-104      PEP BAND/COMBO-IMPROV, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                Instrumental performing group concentrating on rock, pop, and




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The CCC Medical Assistant program is a three-term program of 54 credits                         contemporary styles in the small to medium-sized group settings.
which prepares graduates for entry level practice into the ambulatory care                      No audition required. Non credit available for community members.
setting.                                                                                                     MUP-104-01 207460 N119                M         4-4:50PM
                                                                                                              WAKELING                             $0        $0       $0                  $0
MA-110       MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS                                                                   Recommended: MUP-105 or MUP-125.
             MA-110-02 208408 ONLINE
              OLSON                  $222   $15                             $65         $302    MUP-104      PEP BAND/COMBO-IMPROV, 1 CREDIT
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: darreno@                          MUP-104-02 207461 N119 M     4-4:50PM
              clackamas.edu or 503-913-0838. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                           WAKELING              $74   $5       $0                                    $79
                                                                                                              Recommended: MUP-105 or MUP-125.
             MA-110-03       208409 ONLINE
              OLSON                                $222      $15            $65         $302    MUP-105      JAZZ ENSEMBLE, 2 CREDITS
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: darreno@             Instrumental performing group concentrating on jazz, Afro-Cuban,
              clackamas.edu or 503-913-0838. At CCC Harmony Campus.                             funk, and contemporary styles in the big band setting.
MA-115       PHLEBOTOMY, 1 CREDIT                                                                            MUP-105-01 207462 N119                MWF       2-3:50PM
Develops basic understanding and application of blood specimen                                                WAKELING                             $148      $10      $0                $158
collection and handling techniques used in the ambulatory care set-                                           Recommended: MUP-102 & MUP-104.
ting and hospital laboratory setting.                                                           MUP-122      CHAMBER CHOIR, 2 CREDITS
✔	           MA-115-01       208410 H360           MW        1-3:20PM                           Select vocal ensemble which rehearses and performs choral music
              STROUTS                              $74       $5       $200              $279    from the Renaissance to the 20th century. Provides preparation for
              Meets: 3/29-4/28. Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisites: Pass               entering professional fields of music and performance. Recommend-
              MA-116, MA-117, MA-118 & MTH-054. Corequisite: MA-121.                            ed for vocal music majors. By audition.
              At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                                         MUP-122-01 207464 N114 MWF    11-11:50AM
MA-119       MEDICAL ASSISTANT PRACTICUM I, 4 CREDITS                                                                          N114 TTH    10:30-11:50AM
Supervised unpaid assignment in the ambulatory care setting to gain                                           CLINE                 $148   $10       $52                                $210
administrative experience. Students participate in eight hours of                               MUP-125      VOCAL JAZZ ENSEMBLE: MAINSTREAM, 2 CREDITS
community service.                                                                              Performing ensemble that cultivates musical, professional, and per-
✔	           MA-119-01       208415 H320           W         4-5:50PM                           sonal growth through rehearsal and performance. By audition.
                                    H350           F         4-5:50PM                                        MUP-125-01 207465 N114                MWF       2-3:50PM
              STROUTS                              $296      $20      $150              $466                  CLINE                                $148      $10      $52               $210
              Meets: 5/4-6/11. Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisites: Pass MA-121                       Recommended: MUP-104.
              & MA-115. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                  MUP-141      COLLEGE ORCHESTRA, 1 CREDIT
MA-120       MEDICAL ASSISTANT PRACTICUM II, 6 CREDITS                                          Performance and study of orchestral literature. College students may
Supervised unpaid assignment in the ambulatory care setting to gain                             earn credit for playing in one of several approved orchestral groups.
clinical experience. Students will participate in eight hours of com-                           Minimum of one performance per term.
munity service and 40 hours per week of practicum during weeks 8,                                            MUP-141-01 207466 N128
9, 10 and 11.                                                                                                 WAKELING                             $74       $5             $0           $79
✔	           MA-120-01       208416 H350           M         4-5:50PM                                         Required: Instructor consent.
                                    H320           W         4-5:50PM                           MUP-158      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE, 1 CREDIT
              STROUTS                              $444      $30      $200              $674    Rehearsal and performance of traditional vocal and instrumental
              Meets: 5/2-6/8. Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: Pass MA-119.          chamber music. Highly recommended for music majors.
              At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                                             MUP-158-01 207467 N217                W         10-10:50AM
MA-121       CLINICAL LAB PROCEDURES II, 2 CREDITS                                                            NELSON                               $74       $5       $85               $164
Continuation of common laboratory procedures used in the ambu-                                                Required: Weekly rehearsal times to be arranged among students and
latory care setting.                                                                                          instructor. Recommended: MUP-102 or MUP-122.
✔	           MA-121-01  208417 H360                MW        8:30-11:30AM                       MUP-202      CONCERT BAND, 0 CREDIT
              WAND/GRANT                           $148      $10       $150             $308    Performance and study of traditional and contemporary band litera-
              Meets: 3/30-4/29. Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisites: Pass               ture. Emphasis on musical style and basic instrumental techniques
              MA-116, MA-117, MA-118 & MTH-054. Corequisite: MA-115.                            as applied to ensemble playing. No audition required. Non credit
              At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                            available for community members.

Music                                                                                                        MUP-202-01 207499 N119
                                                                                                                               N119
                                                                                                                                                   MWF
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                                                                                                                                                             12-12:50PM
                                                                                                                                                             12-1:20PM
MUP-102      CONCERT BAND, 0 CREDIT                                                                           MILLS                                $0        $0       $0                  $0
Performance and study of traditional and contemporary band litera-                                            Required: Ability to read music and play a band instrument.
ture. Emphasis on musical style and basic instrumental techniques                               MUP-202      CONCERT BAND, 1-2V CREDITS
as applied to ensemble playing. No audition required. Non credit                                             MUP-202-02 207500 N119  MWF                     12-12:50PM
available for community members.                                                                                               N119  TTH                     12-1:20PM
             MUP-102-01 207458 N119                MWF       12-12:50PM                                       MILLS                  $148                    $10      $0               $158V
                               N119                TTH       12-1:20PM                                        Required: Ability to read music and play a band instrument.
              MILLS                                $0        $0       $0                  $0
                                                                                                MUP-204      PEP BAND/COMBO-IMPROV, 0 CREDIT
              Required: Ability to read music and play a band instrument.
                                                                                                Instrumental performing group concentrating on rock, pop, and
MUP-102      CONCERT BAND, 1-2V CREDITS                                                         contemporary styles in the small to medium-sized group setting. No
             MUP-102-02 207459 N119  MWF                     12-12:50PM                         audition required. Non credit available for community members.
                               N119  TTH                     12-1:20PM                                       MUP-204-01 207501 N119                M         4-4:50PM
              MILLS                  $148                    $10      $0               $158V                  WAKELING                             $0        $0       $0                  $0
              Required: Ability to read music and play a band instrument.                                     Recommended: MUP-205 or MUP-225.




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                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day        Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
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                 Music, continued                                                                              MUS-105      MUSIC APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                               Explores music from the Medieval through the twentieth century
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                 MUP-204      PEP BAND/COMBO-IMPROV, 1 CREDIT                                                  featuring instrumental and vocal music. Study of musical terms, in-
                                                                                                               struments of the orchestra, musical genres and composers including
                              MUP-204-02 207502 N119 M     4-4:50PM
                               WAKELING              $74   $5       $0                                  $79    Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, and Stravinsky.
                               Recommended: MUP-205 or MUP-225.                                                Recommended for music majors and non-music majors.
                 MUP-205      JAZZ ENSEMBLE, 2 CREDITS                                                                      MUS-105-01              207542       ONLINE
                 Instrumental performing group concentrating on jazz, Afro-Cuban,                                           HEDBERG                               $222  $15                 $45        $282
                 funk, and contemporary styles. By audition.                                                                 Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact:
                                                                                                                             krumet1@comcast.net or 503-594-3337.
                              MUP-205-01 207503 N119               MWF        2-3:50PM
                               WAKELING                            $148       $10      $0              $158    MUS-106      AUDIO RECORDING AT HOME, 1 CREDIT
                               Recommended: MUP-202 or MUP-204.                                                An overview of the basic tools and techniques used in audio re-
                                                                                                               cording at home. Get help with your home recording equipment.
                 MUP-222      CHAMBER CHOIR, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                               Depending on participant needs, topics may include signal path, mi-
                 Select vocal ensemble which rehearses and performs choral music
                                                                                                               crophone applications, software, hardware, outboard gear, soldering
                 from the Renaissance to the 20th century. Provides preparation for
                                                                                                               techniques, tracking, mixing, and editing.
                 entering professional fields of music and performance. Recommend-
                 ed for vocal music majors. By audition.                                                                    MUS-106-01 207543 N217                 F         6:30-9:20PM
                              MUP-222-01 207504 N114 MWF    11-11:50AM                                                                        N217                 S         9-5:20PM
                                                N114 TTH    10:30-11:50AM                                                    ROSE                                  $74       $5        $99             $178
                                                                                                                             Meets: 4/29 & 4/30.
                               CLINE                 $148   $10       $52                              $210
                                                                                                               MUS-107      INTRO TO AUDIO RECORDING I, 3 CREDITS
                 MUP-225      VOCAL JAZZ ENSEMBLE: MAINSTREAM, 2 CREDITS
                 Performing ensemble that cultivates musical, professional, and per-                           Introduction to the basic techniques and tools used in audio record-
                 sonal growth through rehearsal and performance with rhythm sec-                               ing.
                 tion of jazz, rock, pop, funk, and fusion. By audition.                                                    MUS-107-02 207545 N123 M        9-11:50AM
                              MUP-225-01 207505 N114               MWF        2-3:50PM                                       BASKERVILLE           $222     $15       $99                              $336
                               CLINE                               $148       $10      $52             $210                 MUS-107-01 207544 N217 T        6:30-9:20PM
                               Recommended: MUP-204 or MUP-222.                                                              ROSE                  $222     $15       $99                              $336
                                                                                                               MUS-108      INTRO TO AUDIO RECORDING II, 3 CREDITS
                 MUP-241      COLLEGE ORCHESTRA, 1 CREDIT
                 Performance and study of orchestral literature. College students may                          Exploration of techniques and tools used in audio recording.
                 earn credit for playing in one of several approved orchestral groups.                                      MUS-108-02 207547 N123                 W         9-11:50AM
                 Minimum of one performance per term.                                                                        BASKERVILLE                           $222      $15      $99              $336
                                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Pass MUS-107.
                              MUP-241-01 207506 N128
                               WAKELING                            $74        $5          $0            $79                 MUS-108-01 207546 N217                 TH        6:30-9:20PM
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                                 ROSE                                  $222      $15       $99             $336
                                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Pass MUS-107.
                 MUP-258      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE, 1 CREDIT
                 Rehearsal and performance of traditional vocal and instrumental                               MUS-109      INTRO TO AUDIO RECORDING III, 3 CREDITS
                 chamber music. Highly recommended for music majors.                                           Exploration of digital recording/editing software and production of
                                                                                                               CD project. Advanced exploration of techniques and tools used in
                              MUP-258-01 207507 N114               W          10-10:50AM                       audio recording.
                               NELSON                              $74        $5       $85             $164
                               Required: Weekly rehearsal times to be arranged among students and                           MUS-109-02 207549 N123                 W         9-11:50AM
                               instructor. Recommended: MUP-202 or MUP-222.                                                  BASKERVILLE                           $222      $15      $99              $336
                                                                                                                             Prerequisites: Pass MUS-107 & pass MUS-108.
                 MUS-101      MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS, 3 CREDITS
                 Introduction to fundamentals of reading and writing music. De-                                             MUS-109-01 207548 N217                 TH        6:30-9:20PM
                                                                                                                             ROSE                                  $222      $15       $99             $336
                 signed for non-music majors or majors needing substantial prepara-                                          Prerequisites: Pass MUS-107 & pass MUS-108.
                 tion for Music Theory I.
                                                                                                               MUS-113      MUSIC THEORY I, 3 CREDITS
                              MUS-101-01 207540 ONLINE
                                                                                                               Presents the diatonic material and structure of tonal music in theory
                               HEDBERG                             $222       $15         $70          $307
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: krumet1@
                                                                                                               and practice. Required for music majors.
                               comcast.net or 503-594-3337.                                                                 MUS-113-01 207550 N217                 TTH       4:30-5:50PM
                                                                                                                             DEITZ                                 $222      $15       $0              $237
                 MUS-103      MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS, 3 CREDITS                                                                  Recommended: Pass MTH-095 or placement in MTH-111; pass RD-090 or
                 Introduction to fundamentals of reading and writing music. De-                                              placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisites:
                 signed for non-music majors or majors needing substantial prepara-                                          Pass MUS-112 & pass MUS-112L.
                 tion for Music Theory I.
                                                                                                               MUS-113L MIDI LAB I, 1 CREDIT
                              MUS-103-01 207541 N217               TTH        3-4:20PM
                                                                                                               Introduces students to Finale (music notation software) on Macin-
                               DEITZ                               $222       $15      $10             $247    tosh computers. Required for first-year music majors.
                                                                                                                            MUS-113L-01 207551 N216   M                      1-1:50PM
                                                                                                                             MILLS                    $74                    $5       $44              $123
                                                                                                               MUS-116      AURAL SKILLS I, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                               Diatonic sight singing in major keys using sol feg syllables and
                                                                                                               moveable “do”. Melodic dictation and aural recognition of intervals,
                                                                                                               triads, and 7th chords. Required for first-year music majors.
                                                                                                                            MUS-116-01 207552 N217                 W         4-5:50PM
                                                                                                                             DEITZ                                 $148      $10      $0               $158
                                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Pass MUS-115.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
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MUS-117      SIGHT-READING, 1 CREDIT                                                   MUS-144      ELECTRONIC MUSIC III, 3 CREDITS
Learning to read and sing music by sight. Students will spend time                     Exploration of digital sound recording and editing, synthesis, sam-




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practicing sightsinging, starting with easy exercises and moving to                    pling, and sequencing. Presents CD production techniques integrat-
more difficult exercises as the term progresses.                                       ing digital audio with the MIDI sequence. Uses ProTools and other
             MUS-117-01 207553 N114   T                    6:30-8:20PM                 common production software/hardware.
              DENBESTE                $74                  $5        $85       $164                 MUS-144-01 207565 N216              TH         9-11:50AM
MUS-129      KEYBOARD SKILLS I, 2 CREDITS                                                            GIBERSON                           $222       $15      $99         $336
Develops basic keyboard skills. Studies keyboard application of the                                  Prerequisites: Pass MUS-142 & pass MUS-143.
materials of tonal music. Required for music majors.                                                MUS-144-02 207566 N216              W          6:30-9:20PM
             MUS-129-01 207554 N216              WF        1-1:50PM                                  ROSE                               $222       $15       $99        $336
              MIYAMA                             $148      $10      $10        $168                  Prerequisites: Pass MUS-142 & pass MUS-143.
              Prerequisite: Pass MUS-128.                                              MUS-145      DIGITAL SOUND/VIDEO/ANIMATION, 3 CREDITS
MUS-130      MUSIC MEDIA: SEX, DRUGS & ROCK, 1 CREDIT                                  An introduction to new media. Includes sound, video, animation,
Explores the relationship of music to economic, political, cultural,                   mp3, DVD, and compression technologies.
and artistic subjects. Examines how music serves and is served by                                   MUS-145-01 207567 N216 T      6:30-9:20PM
pop culture and media.                                                                               GIBERSON              $222   $15       $99                         $336
✔	           MUS-130-01 207555 OIT191            F         6:30-9:20PM                 MUS-147      MUSIC, SOUND & MOVIEMAKING, 1 CREDIT
                               OIT191            S         9-5:20PM                    Introduction to music and sound as related to moviemaking. Stu-
              PANTAGES/DEITZ                     $74       $5        $25       $104    dents will have the opportunity to create and assemble music,
              Meets: 5/6 & 5/7. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                 sound, and video into a finished product.
✔	           MUS-130-15 207556 W112              F         6:30-9:20PM                              MUS-147-01 207569 N216              F          6:30-9:20PM
                               W112              S         9-5:20PM                                                   N216              S          9-5:20PM
              PANTAGES/DEITZ                     $0        $0        $104      $104                  ROSE                               $74        $5        $99        $178
              Meets: 5/20 & 5/21. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                                         Meets: 5/13 & 5/14.
MUS-133      PIANO FOR PLEASURE, 1 CREDIT                                              MUS-148      LIVE SOUND ENGINEERING, 3 CREDITS
Beginning classroom piano instruction for non-music majors. In-                        Introduction to the basic techniques and tools used in live sound
cludes reading, theory, technique exercises, and the opportunity to                    engineering and mixing. Areas of study include set up, signal path,
share your music with others. All levels welcome, beginners through                    microphone applications, hardware and outboard gear.
advanced.                                                                                           MUS-148-01 207570 N114 W      6:30-9:20PM
             MUS-133-01 207557 N216 WF      12-12:50PM                                               SOMMERS               $222   $15       $99                         $336
              MIYAMA                $74     $5       $85                       $164    MUS-189      PERFORMANCE AND REPERTOIRE, 1 CREDIT
MUS-136      GROUP VOICE: ANYONE CAN SING, 1 CREDIT                                    A performance forum required for all students studying privately
Basic vocal techniques for the solo and ensemble singer. For music                     non-jazz sections at the MUP 171-191 and MUP 271-291 levels. Stu-
and non-music majors, voice and music education majors, and/or                         dents will be required to attend approved concerts.
students who received low rating on MUP-174 audition.                                               MUS-189-01 207571 N114    M      4-4:50PM
             MUS-136-01 207558 N114  MW    12-12:50PM                                                MIYAMA                   $74    $5       $0                         $79
              DENBESTE               $74   $5       $85                        $164    MUS-205      MUSIC LIT: HISTORY OF JAZZ, 4 CREDITS
MUS-137      GROUP GUITAR I: GUITAR/DUMMIES, 1 CREDIT                                  For nonmajors. Emphasis on cultivating understanding of music
For beginning to advanced players. Covers finger picking, lead gui-                    through a study of elements, forms and historical styles.
tar, rock and popular styles, music reading, and music theory. Stu-                    ✔	           MUS-205-01 207739 TBA               TH         6-9:50PM
dents provide own instrument.                                                                        LOTZ                               $296       $20      $0          $316
                                                                                                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
             MUS-137-01 207559 N217  TTH   10:30-11:20AM
                                                                                                     placement in WR-121. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              SNYDER                 $74   $5        $85                       $164
MUS-138      GROUP GUITAR II GUITAR DUMMIES, 1 CREDIT                                  MUS-206      MUSIC LIT: HISTORY OF ROCK, 4 CREDITS
For intermediate to advanced players. Covers finger picking, lead                      Emphasis on cultivating understanding of music through study of
guitar, rock and popular styles, music reading, and music theory.                      elements, forms, and historical styles.
Students provide their own instrument.                                                              MUS-206-01 207573 N119              MWF        10-10:50AM
             MUS-138-01 207560 N217  TTH    10:30-11:20AM                                            MILLS                              $296       $20      $0          $316
                                                                                                     Required: Attendance @ three concert field trips TBA. Recommended: Pass
              SNYDER                 $74    $5        $85                      $164
                                                                                                     RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
MUS-142      INTRO TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC, 3 CREDITS
Introduction to synthesis, MIDI sequencing, basic musical elements,                    ✔	           MUS-206-02 207574 OIT191            T          6-9:50PM
                                                                                                     CLINE                              $296       $20      $0          $316
and basics of production.                                                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
             MUS-142-01 207561 N216    T                   9-11:50AM                                 placement in WR-121. At CCC Harmony Campus.
              GIBERSON                 $222                $15       $99       $336                 MUS-206-03 207575 ONLINE
             MUS-142-02 207562 N216    M                   6:30-9:20PM                               HEDBERG                            $296       $20       $35        $351
              ROSE                     $222                $15       $99       $336                  Online: Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: krumet1@
MUS-143      ELECTRONIC MUSIC II, 3 CREDITS                                                          comcast.net or 503-594-3337. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement
An introduction to digital audio in the MIDI environment. Contin-                                    in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
ues MIDI sequencing and integrates audio into the MIDI environ-                        ✔            MUS-206-15 209653 W218              T          6-9:50PM
ment.                                                                                                LOTZ                               $0         $0       $316        $316
             MUS-143-01 207563 N216              TH        9-11:50AM                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              GIBERSON                           $222      $15      $99        $336                  placement in WR-121. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
              Prerequisite: Pass MUS-142.                                              MUS-213      MUSIC THEORY II, 3 CREDITS
             MUS-143-02 207564 N216              W         6:30-9:20PM                 Advance study of the chromatic material and structure of tonal mu-
              ROSE                               $222      $15       $99       $336    sic. Required for second-year music majors.
              Prerequisite: Pass MUS-142.                                                           MUS-213-01 207577 N217              TTH        1:30-2:50PM
                                                                                                     DEITZ                              $222       $15       $269       $506
                                                                                                     Prerequisites: Pass MUS-212L & MUS-212.

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                 Music, continued                                                                                         MUP-100-03 207448 N128
                                                                                                                           CLINE                    $74                 $5      $269       $348
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                 MUS-213L MIDI LAB II, 1 CREDIT                                                                           MUP-100-04 207449 N128
                 Advanced use of Finale (music notation software) and basic use of                                         DAVIS                    $74                 $5      $269       $348
                 QuarkXPress (desktop publishing software) on Macintosh comput-                                           MUP-100-05 207450 N128
                 ers. Required for second-year music majors.                                                               SNYDER/WOITACH           $74                 $5      $269       $348
                              MUS-213L-01 207578 N216              M         9-9:50AM                                     MUP-100-06 207451 N128
                               MILLS                               $74       $5       $44            $123                  BALDINO                  $74                 $5      $269       $348
                               Prerequisite: Pass MUS-212L.                                                               MUP-100-07 207452 N128
                 MUS-216      KEYBOARD SKILLS II, 2 CREDITS                                                                ALLEN                    $74                 $5      $269       $348
                 Advanced keyboard applications of the materials of diatonic and                                          MUP-100-08 207453 N128
                 chromatic music. Required for second-year music majors.                                                   DOGGETT                  $74                 $5      $269       $348
                              MUS-216-01 207579 N216               WF        9-9:50AM                                     MUP-100-09 207454 N128
                               MIYAMA                              $148      $10      $85            $243                  GIBERSON                 $74                 $5      $269       $348
                               Prerequisite: Pass MUS-215.                                                                MUP-100-10 207455 N128
                 MUS-226      AURAL SKILLS II, 2 CREDITS                                                                   HARRIS                   $74                 $5      $269       $348
                 Diatonic and chromatic sight singing. Four-part dictation including                                      MUP-100-11 207456 N128
                 all chromatic devices studied in Theory II. Required for second-year                                      RUTHERFORD               $74                 $5      $269       $348
                 music majors.                                                                                            MUP-100-12 207457 N128
                              MUS-226-01 207580 N217               W         1-1:50PM                                      WAKELING/DEITZ           $74                 $5      $269       $348
                                                N216               W         10-10:50AM                      MUP-171      IND. LESSONS: PIANO, 1 CREDIT
                               DEITZ                               $148      $10      $85            $243                 MUP-171-01 207468 N128
                               Prerequisite: Pass MUS-225.                                                                 MIYAMA                   $74                 $5      $269       $348
                                                                                                                           Corequisite: MUS-189.
                 MUS-230      MUSIC MEDIA: SEX, DRUGS, ROCK, 4 CREDITS
                 Explores the relationship of music to economic, political, cultural,                        MUP-171J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ PIANO, 1 CREDIT
                 and artistic subjects. Examines how music serves and is served by                                    MUP-171J-01 207471 N128
                 pop, culture, and media.                                                                              GIBERSON                 $74    $5                       $269       $348
                              MUS-230-01 207581 N114 TTH    1-2:50PM                                         MUP-174 IND. LESSONS: VOICE, 1 CREDIT
                               PANTAGES/WAKELING     $296   $20      $25                             $341             MUP-174-01 207472 N128
                 MUS-247      MUSIC, SOUND & MOVIEMAKING, 3 CREDITS                                                    DENBESTE                 $74    $5                       $269       $348
                 Introduction to music & sound as related to moviemaking. Students                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
                 will have the opportunity to create and assemble music, sound and                           MUP-174  INDIV.LESSONS: VOICE, 1 CREDIT
                 video into a finished product.                                                                       MUP-174-02 207473 N128
                              MUS-247-01 207582 N217  M                      3-5:50PM                                  MOOYMAN                  $74    $5                       $269       $348
                               ROSE                   $222                   $15      $99            $336    MUP-174J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ VOICE, 1 CREDIT
                 MUS-280      MUSIC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                 MUP-174J-01 207474 N128
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                     CLINE                    $74    $5                       $269       $348
                 music.                                                                                      MUP-175 IND. LESSONS: VIOLIN, 1 CREDIT
                              MUS-280-01 207583 JOBSITE                                                               MUP-175-01 207475 N128
                               DOGGETT/LOTZ                        $444      $30        $114        $588V              BALDINO                  $74    $5                       $269       $348
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass                           Corequisite: MUS-189.
                               MUS-107, pass MUS-140 & pass MUS-142.
                                                                                                             MUP-176      IND. LESSONS: VIOLA, 1 CREDIT
                 WKS-007      UNISTUS CHOIR, 0 CREDIT                                                                     MUP-176-01 207476 N128
                 Select choir: by audition only.                                                                           STAFF                    $74                 $5      $269       $348
                              WKS-007-01 207584 N114               M         6:30-9:20PM                                   Corequisite: MUS-189.
                              CLINE                                $0        $0        $0              $0    MUP-177      IND. LESSONS: CELLO, 1 CREDIT

                 Music: Individual Lessons                                                                                MUP-177-01 207477 N128
                                                                                                                           PRESTHUS                 $74                 $5      $269       $348
                 College level private lessons required for music majors and available to qual-                            Corequisite: MUS-189.
                 ified non-majors. End-of-term juried performance mandatory. Students will                   MUP-178      IND. LESSONS: BASS, 1 CREDIT
                 pay a $269 private instruction fee at the time of registration when noted in                             MUP-178-01 207478 N128
                 the course fee column which is nonrefundable. This fee may not cover the                                  WAKELING/DEITZ           $74                 $5      $269       $348
                 entire cost of private lessons. MUP-100, MUP-171-191 and MUP-271-291                                      Corequisite: MUS-189.
                 must fill out schedule card in the Music office (N128) before registering.                  MUP-178J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ BASS, 1 CREDIT
                 MUP-100      IND. LESSONS: NON-MUSIC MAJORS, 1 CREDIT                                                MUP-178J-01 207479 N128
                 Private lessons for beginners, non-music majors, and students who                                     WAKELING                  $74    $5                      $269       $348
                 receive a low rating in MUP 171-191 auditions. Brass, woodwind                              MUP-180 IND. LESSONS: GUITAR, 1 CREDIT
                 percussion, string and keyboard instruments, and voice.                                              MUP-180-01 207480 N128
                              MUP-100-01 207446 N128                                                                   DAVIS                     $74    $5                      $269       $348
                               DENBESTE                            $74       $5         $269         $348                  Corequisite: MUS-189.
                              MUP-100-02 207447 N128                                                         MUP-180J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ GUITAR, 1 CREDIT
                               MIYAMA                              $74       $5         $269         $348             MUP-180J-01 207481 N128
                                                                                                                       WOITACH                  $74    $5                       $269       $348

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
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             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time                                   Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time
              Instructor                       Tuition   Fee    Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                       Tuition   Fee    Crs. Fee   Total


MUP-181      IND. LESSONS: FLUTE, 1 CREDIT                                         MUP-274      IND. LESSONS: VOICE, 1 CREDIT
             MUP-181-01 207482 N128                                                             MUP-274-01 207510 N128




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              GIFFORD/MURPHY           $74               $5     $269       $348                  DENBESTE                 $74               $5     $269       $348
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                              Corequisite: MUS-189.
MUP-181J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ FLUTE, 1 CREDIT                                        MUP-274J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ VOICE, 1 CREDIT
         MUP-181J-01 207483 N128                                                            MUP-274J-01 207511 N128
          HARRIS                    $74   $5                    $269       $348              CLINE                    $74    $5                    $269       $348
MUP-182 IND. LESSONS: OBOE, 1 CREDIT                                               MUP-275 IND. LESSONS: VIOLIN, 1 CREDIT
         MUP-182-01 207484 N128                                                             MUP-275-01 207512 N128
          PITKIN                    $74   $5                    $269       $348              BALDINO                  $74    $5                    $269       $348
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                              Corequisite: MUS-189.
MUP-183      IND. LESSONS: CLARINET, 1 CREDIT                                      MUP-276      IND. LESSONS: VIOLA, 1 CREDIT
             MUP-183-01 207485 N128                                                             MUP-276-01 207513 N128
              HARRIS                    $74   $5                $269       $348                  STAFF                    $74               $5     $269       $348
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                              Corequisite: MUS-189.
MUP-183J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ CLARINET, 1 CREDIT                                     MUP-277      IND. LESSONS: CELLO, 1 CREDIT
         MUP-183J-01 207486 N128                                                                MUP-277-01 207514 N128
          WAKELING                 $74    $5                    $269       $348                  WAKELING                 $74               $5     $269       $348
MUP-184 IND. LESSONS: SAXOPHONE, 1 CREDIT                                                        Corequisite: MUS-189.
         MUP-184-01 207487 N128                                                    MUP-278      IND. LESSONS: BASS, 1 CREDIT
          HARRIS                   $74    $5                    $269       $348                 MUP-278-01 207515 N128
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                              DEITZ                    $74               $5     $269       $348
MUP-184J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ SAXOPHONE, 1 CREDIT                                                  Corequisite: MUS-189.
         MUP-184J-01 207488 N128                                                   MUP-278J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ BASS, 1 CREDIT
          HARRIS                  $74    $5     $269                       $348             MUP-278J-01 207516 N128
MUP-185 IND. LESSONS: BASSOON, 1 CREDIT                                                      WAKELING                  $74    $5                   $269       $348
         MUP-185-01 207489 N128                                                    MUP-280 IND. LESSONS: GUITAR, 1 CREDIT
          STAFF                   $74    $5     $269                       $348             MUP-280-01 207517 N128
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                          DAVIS                     $74    $5                   $269       $348
MUP-186      IND. LESSONS: TRUMPET, 1 CREDIT                                                     Corequisite: MUS-189.
             MUP-186-01 207490 N128                                                MUP-280J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ GUITAR, 1 CREDIT
              KUHNS                    $74   $5                 $269       $348             MUP-280J-01 207518 N128
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                          WOITACH                  $74    $5                    $269       $348
MUP-186J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ TRUMPET, 1 CREDIT                                      MUP-281 IND. LESSONS: FLUTE, 1 CREDIT
         MUP-186J-01 207491 N128                                                            MUP-281-01 207519 N128
          MAZZIO                  $74    $5                     $269       $348              MURPHY                   $74    $5                    $269       $348
MUP-188 IND. LESSONS: TROMBONE, 1 CREDIT                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
         MUP-188-01 207492 N128                                                    MUP-281J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ FLUTE, 1 CREDIT
          NELSON                  $74    $5                     $269       $348             MUP-281J-01 207520 N128
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                          HARRIS                    $74   $5                    $269       $348
MUP-188J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ TROMBONE, 1 CREDIT                                     MUP-282 IND. LESSONS: OBOE, 1 CREDIT
         MUP-188J-01 207493 N128                                                            MUP-282-01 207521 N128
          STAFF                   $74    $5                     $269       $348              STAFF                     $74   $5                    $269       $348
MUP-189 IND. LESSONS: BARITONE, 1 CREDIT                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
         MUP-189-01 207494 N128                                                    MUP-283      IND. LESSONS: CLARINET, 1 CREDIT
          STAFF                   $74    $5                     $269       $348                 MUP-283-01 207522 N128
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                              STAFF                     $74   $5                $269       $348
MUP-190      IND. LESSONS: TUBA, 1 CREDIT                                                        Corequisite: MUS-189.
             MUP-190-01 207495 N128                                                MUP-283J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ CLARINET, 1 CREDIT
              STAFF                    $74               $5     $269       $348             MUP-283J-01 207523 N128
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                          WAKELING                 $74    $5                    $269       $348
MUP-191      IND. LESSONS: PERCUSSION, 1 CREDIT                                    MUP-284 IND. LESSONS: SAXOPHONE, 1 CREDIT
             MUP-191-01 207496 N128                                                         MUP-284-01 207524 N128
              ALLEN                    $74   $5                 $269       $348              HARRIS                   $74    $5                    $269       $348
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                              Corequisite: MUS-189.
MUP-191J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ PERCUSSION, 1 CREDIT                                   MUP-284J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ SAXOPHONE, 1 CREDIT
         MUP-191J-01 207497 N128                                                            MUP-284J-01 207525 N128
          DOGGETT                 $74     $5     $269                      $348              HARRIS                  $74    $5     $269                       $348
MUP-271 IND. LESSONS: PIANO, 1 CREDIT                                              MUP-285 IND. LESSONS: BASSOON, 1 CREDIT
         MUP-271-01 207508 N128                                                             MUP-285-01 207526 N128
          MIYAMA                  $74     $5     $269                      $348              STAFF                   $74    $5     $269                       $348
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                              Corequisite: MUS-189.
MUP-271J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ PIANO, 1 CREDIT                                        MUP-286      IND. LESSONS: TRUMPET, 1 CREDIT
         MUP-271J-01 207509 N128                                                                MUP-286-01 207527 N128
          GIBERSON                 $74    $5                    $269       $348                  RUTHERFORD               $74   $5                 $269       $348
                                                                                                 Corequisite: MUS-189.


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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                            Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
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                 Music: Individual Lessons, continued                                                           NRS-112C ACUTE CARE I CLINICAL, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                Clinical application of NRS-112 content.
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                 MUP-286J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ TRUMPET, 1 CREDIT                                                  ✔	           NRS-112C-01 209035 LMPHCON           W          7-5:20PM
                          MUP-286J-01 207528 N128                                                                                               H250              T          8-9:50AM
                           MAZZIO                  $74    $5                             $269       $348                                        H245              T          8-9:50AM
                 MUP-288 IND. LESSONS: TROMBONE, 1 CREDIT                                                                     LAMARCHE/SCHNEIDER                  $296       $20      $75           $391
                          MUP-288-01 207529 N128                                                                              Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisites: NRS-111 &
                                                                                                                              NRS-111C. Corequisites: NRS-112, NRS-231 & NRS-233. At Tualatin.
                           NELSON                  $74    $5                             $269       $348
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                            ✔            NRS-112C-02 209036 WFHCLS            W          7-5:20PM
                                                                                                                                                H250              T          11:30-1:20PM
                 MUP-288J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ TROMBONE, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                                                H245              T          11:30-1:20PM
                          MUP-288J-01 207530 N128
                                                                                                                              SCHNEIDER/SMITH                     $296       $20       $75          $391
                           STAFF                   $74    $5                             $269       $348                      Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisites: NRS-111 &
                 MUP-289 IND. LESSONS: BARITONE, 1 CREDIT                                                                     NRS-111C. Corequisites: NRS-112, NRS-231 & NRS-233. At Oregon City.
                          MUP-289-01 207531 N128                                                                ✔            NRS-112C-03 209037 PROVCLS           T          7-5:20PM
                           STAFF                   $74    $5                             $269       $348                                        H250              W          8-9:50AM
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.
                                                                                                                                                H245              W          8-9:50AM
                 MUP-290      IND. LESSONS: TUBA, 1 CREDIT                                                                    SCHNEIDER/BURGE/COPELAND            $296       $20      $75           $391
                              MUP-290-01 207532 N128                                                                          Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisites: NRS-111 &
                               STAFF                    $74                  $5          $269       $348                      NRS-111C. Corequisites: NRS-112, NRS-231 & NRS-233. At Milwaukie.
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                            ✔            NRS-112C-04 209038 LMPHCON           T          7-5:20PM
                 MUP-291      IND. LESSONS: PERCUSSION, 1 CREDIT                                                                                H250              M          11:30-1:20PM
                              MUP-291-01 207533 N128                                                                                            H245              M          11:30-1:20PM
                               ALLEN                    $74   $5                         $269       $348                      SCHNEIDER/BOX                       $296       $20       $75          $391
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                                          Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisites: NRS-111 &
                 MUP-291J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ PERCUSSION, 1 CREDIT                                                             NRS-111C. Corequisites: NRS-112, NRS-231 & NRS-233. At Tualatin.
                          MUP-291J-01 207534 N128                                                               ✔            NRS-112C-05 209039 WFHCLS            TW         3-7:50PM
                           DOGGETT                 $74     $5     $269                              $348                                        H250              W          11:30-1:20PM
                                                                                                                                                H245              W          11:30-1:20PM
                 Nursing                                                                                                      WHALEN/SCHNEIDER                    $296       $20       $75          $391
                                                                                                                              Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisites: NRS-111 &
                 The Nursing program at Clackamas Community College is a full partner in                                      NRS-111C. Corequisites: NRS-112, NRS-231 & NRS-233. At Oregon City.
                 the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE). The curriculum in                          NRS-224      INTEGRATIVE PRACTICUM, 2 CREDITS
                 OCNE nursing programs is a competency-based curriculum developed in col-                       This course is designed to formalize the clinical judgments, knowl-
                 laboration with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and other com-                       edge and skills necessary in safe, registered nurse practice. The
                 munity colleges around the state. This curriculum, which has been approved                     preceptor model provides a context that allows the student to ex-
                 by the Oregon State Board of Education as well as the Oregon State Board                       perience the nursing work world in a selected setting, balancing the
                 of Nursing, can ultimately culminate in a Baccalaureate of Science Degree                      demands of job and life-long learner.
                 with a focus in Nursing on the community college campus offered by OHSU.                       ✔	           NRS-224-01      209040 H230          M          8-11:50AM
                 Admission into the nursing program is by special application only. Accep-                                    CANNON                              $148       $10      $100          $258
                 tance to the nursing program allows for co-enrollment to Clackamas Com-                                      Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Meets weeks: 1, 3, 5, 7, &
                                                                                                                              9. Prerequisite: Completion of the first year of nursing curriculum.
                 munity College and Oregon Health & Science University, School of Nursing.                                    Corequisite: NRS-224C. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 The Nursing Assistant course, while not required to enter the Nursing pro-                     NRS-224C INTEGRATIVE PRACTICUM CLINICAL, 7 CREDITS
                 gram, provides a strong foundation regarding the delivery of care to clients                   Clinical application of NRS-224 Integrative Practicum content for
                 in various settings.                                                                           AAS completion.
                 NRS-112      FOUNDATIONS-ACUTE CARE I, 2 CREDITS                                               ✔	           NRS-224C-01 209041 H230              M          8-11:50AM
                 Introduces the learner to assessment and common interventions for                                            PRICHARD                            $518       $35      $180          $733
                 care of patients across the life span that requires acute care, includ-                                      Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Meets weeks: 2, 4, 6, 8, &
                 ing natural childbirth. Disease/illness trajectories and their transla-                                      10. Required: 19 clinical hrs/wk TBA. Corequisite: NRS-224.
                 tion into clinical practice guidelines and/or standard procedures are                                        At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 considered in relation to their impact on providing culturally sensi-                          ✔            NRS-224C-02 209042 TBA               M          8-11:50AM
                 tive, client-centered care.                                                                                  DODSON                              $518       $35      $180          $733
                 ✔	           NRS-112-01 209034 H210               M         8-9:50AM                                         Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Meets weeks: 2, 4, 6, 8, &
                                                                                                                              10. Required: 19 clinical hrs/wk TBA. Corequisite: NRS-224.
                               REILLY/BRADBURY                     $148      $10      $155          $313
                                                                                                                              At CCC Harmony Campus.
                               Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisite: NRS-111.
                               Corequisites: NRS-231 & NRS-233. At CCC Harmony Campus.                          ✔            NRS-224C-03 209043 H230              M          8-11:50AM
                                                                                                                              SHENE/CANNON                        $518       $35      $180          $733
                                                                                                                              Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Meets weeks: 2, 4, 6, 8, &
                                                                                                                              10. Required: 19 clinical hrs/wk TBA. Corequisite: NRS-224.
                                                                                                                              At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                                                ✔            NRS-224C-04 209044 TBA               M          8-11:50AM
                                                                                                                              SCHLESSMAN/REILLY                   $518       $35      $180          $733
                                                                                                                              Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Meets weeks: 2, 4, 6, 8, &
                                                                                                                              10. Required: 19 clinical hrs/wk TBA. Corequisite: NRS-224.
                                                                                                                              At CCC Harmony Campus.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                                    Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room         Day       Time                                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                             Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee        Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


✔            NRS-224C-05 209045 TBA
              MORRIS
                                                     M
                                                     $518
                                                                8-11:50AM
                                                                $35      $180           $733        Occupational Safety




                                                                                                                                                                                              Course Listing
              Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Meets weeks: 2, 4, 6, 8, &            These FREE workshops are offered through the partnership with CCC and
              10. Required: 19 clinical hrs/wk TBA. Corequisite: NRS-224.                           Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Association (OSHA). OR-OSHA Public
              At CCC Harmony Campus.
                                                                                                    Education classes provide instruction on occupational safety and health
NRS-231      CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY II, 3 CREDITS                                                    requirements in Oregon. These workshops introduce the values of safety and
Sequel to NRS-230 continues to provide the theoretical background                                   health management to those responsible for occupational safety and health
that enables students to provide safe and effective care related to                                 in their workplace. Some courses are available in Spanish.
drugs and natural products to persons throughout the lifespan.
Addresses additional classes of drugs, related natural products, and                                For more information contact Bernice Ivey, CCC, 503-594-0942 or
physiological conditions.                                                                           OR-OSHA 503-947-7443.
✔	HYB	       NRS-231-01 209046 H210                  F          8-9:50AM                            UT-009       CONFINED SPACE, 0.4 CEU
              SCHNEIDER                              $222       $15      $25            $262        Learn about the definition of a confined space and a permit-required
              Hybrid. Meets weeks: 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9 plus online hours. Restricted: Admit-             confined space; hazards of a permit-required confined space; alterna-
              ted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisite: NRS-230. At CCC Harmony                  tive procedures to control atmospheric hazards; the written program
              Campus.                                                                               and entry permit system; rescue and emergency services; and train-
✔	HYB	       NRS-231-02 209047 H210                  F          8-9:50AM                            ing.
              SCHNEIDER                              $222       $15      $25            $262        ✔	           UT-009-72   206610 W211             T         1-5:00PM
              Hybrid. Meets weeks: 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9 plus online hours. Restricted: Admit-                           TRACY/PRESSNEL                     $0        $0       $0              $0
              ted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisite: NRS-230. At CCC Harmony                                Meets: 3/29. Register online at orosha.org under Classes and Workshops,
              Campus.                                                                                             then Register for Workshops. This course is number 215 on the OR-OSHA
NRS-233      PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESS II, 3 CREDITS                                                             website. Contact: 503-947-7443 for more information. At CCC Wilsonville
Continues to explore additional pathophysiological processes not                                                  Campus.
covered in NRS-232 that contribute to disease states across the                                     UT-009       INTRO TO SAFETY MTG/COMMITTEES, 0.4 CEU
lifespan and human responses to those processes. Assists students                                   Introduction to the purpose and operation of a safety committee in-
in learning how to make selective clinical decisions regarding using                                cluding: the purpose, employer and employee responsibilities, rules,
current, reliable sources of pathophysiology information for diverse                                meetings, hazard identification accident investigation and training
populations.                                                                                        requirements.
✔	HYB	       NRS-233-01      209049 H210             F          8-9:50AM                            ✔	           UT-009-55   206611 W111             W         8-12:00PM
              REILLY                                 $222       $15      $25            $262                      TRACY/PRESSNEL                     $0        $0       $0              $0
              Hybrid. Meets weeks: 2, 4, 6, 8 & 10 plus online hours. Restricted: Admit-                          Meets: 5/26. Register online at orosha.org under Classes and Workshops,
              ted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisite: NRS-232. At CCC Harmony                                then Register for Workshops. This course is number 101 on the OR-OSHA
              Campus.                                                                                             website. Contact: 503-947-7443 for more information. At CCC Wilsonville
✔	HYB	       NRS-233-02      209050 H210             F          8-9:50AM                                          Campus.
              REILLY                                 $222       $15      $25            $262        UT-009       LOCKOUT/TAGOUT, 0.4 CEU
              Hybrid. Meets weeks: 2, 4, 6, 8 & 10 plus online hours. Restricted: Admit-            Learn the purpose and scope of the lockout/tagout standard, lock-
              ted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisite: NRS-232. At CCC Harmony                  out and tagout procedures, training and inspection criteria. Review
              Campus.                                                                               Oregon OSHA machine guarding requirements, guards, devices and
NUR-090      NURSING ASSISTANT I, 7 CREDITS                                                         training guidelines.
Designed to prepare students to perform routine nursing assistant                                   ✔	           UT-009-64   206609 W211             T         8-12:00PM
tasks to clients in the following venues: long-term and skilled care                                              TRACY/PRESSNEL                     $0        $0       $0              $0
facilities, and in the community.                                                                                 Meets: 3/29. Register online at orosha.org under Classes and Workshops,
✔	           NUR-090-01  209052 H230                 T          9-11:50AM                                         then Register for Workshops. This course is number 204 on the OR-OSHA
                                H230                 T          1-2:50PM                                          website. Contact: 503-947-7443 for more information. At CCC Wilsonville
                                                                                                                  Campus.
                                H260                 WTH        9-11:50AM
                                H260                 WTH        1-2:50PM                            UT-009       SAFETY COMM PROBLEM SOLVING, 0.4 CEU
              ANDERSON/LIX/KELLER                    $518       $35      $290           $843        This course moves beyond the basics of safety committee require-
              Meets: 3/29-4/28. Corequisite: One NUR-090C clinical. Contact: teresaf@               ments. It will be presented as a facilitated discussion on topics such
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-0650 regarding proof of competency in reading                as preparing effective recommendations, how to sell safety to man-
              and writing as soon as you register. Mandatory orientation, 3/8, 9-10am,              agement, and how to encourage the development of safety culture
              H230. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                                          in the workplace. Other topics will be discussed as provided by at-
NUR-090C NURSING ASSISTANT I CLINICAL, 0 CREDIT                                                     tendees.
✔	       NUR-090C-01 209053 MQCACL TW     6-3:20PM                                                  ✔	           UT-009-87   206612 W111             W         1-5:00PM
          ANDERSON/MILLBROOKE      $0     $0       $0                                        $0                   TRACY/PRESSNEL                     $0        $0       $0              $0
              Meets: 5/3-6/12. Mandatory 3 hours orientation at clinical site/TBA. Addi-                          Meets: 5/26. Register online at orosha.org under Classes and Workshops,
              tional 3 hours during finals week for skills testing/TBA. At Marquis Care-                          then Register for Workshops. This course is number 111 on the OR-OSHA
              Hope Village, Canby.                                                                                website. Contact: 503-947-7443 for more information. At CCC Wilsonville
                                                                                                                  Campus.
✔            NUR-090C-02 209054 WVCOCLS MTW                     1-9:50PM
              LIX                       $0                      $0       $0
              Meets: 5/2-6/11. Clinical does not meet every week. Mandatory 3 hours
                                                                                             $0
                                                                                                    Philosophy
              orientation at clinical site/TBA. Additional 3 hours during finals week for           PHL-101      PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS, 4 CREDITS
              skills testing/TBA. At Willamette View Health Center, Portland.                       Presents a variety of topics that may include: the nature of reality,
✔            NUR-090C-03 209055 ROSEVILLA WTH                   6-3:20PM                            knowledge and doubt, the human condition, truth and the search
              KELLER                     $0                     $0       $0                  $0     for meaning.
              Meets: 5/4-6/11. Mandatory 3 hours orientation at clinical site/TBA.                               PHL-101-01      209196 ONLINE
              Additional 3 hours during finals week for skills testing/TBA. At Rosevilla,                         HARTSOCK                           $296      $20         $35        $351
              Portland.                                                                                           Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: donnh@
                                                                                                                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3408. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                                                                                                                  ment in RD-115.



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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


                 Philosophy, continued                                                                                      BASKETBALL/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                            PE-185-007 208305 R104  MWF    11-11:50AM
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                 PHL-102      ETHICS, 4 CREDITS                                                                              WEGNER                 $74    $5       $20                            $99
                 Introduces the study of morality; e.g., right and wrong, free will and                                     BASKETBALL/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                 determinism, morals and society.                                                                           PE-185-008 208306 R104  MWF    11-11:50AM
                 ✔	           PHL-102-01      209197 H310           TTH        1-2:50PM                                      WEGNER                 $74    $5       $20                            $99
                               WATSON                               $296       $20      $0            $316                  BASKETBALL/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony                              PE-185-010 208308 R104  MWF    11-11:50AM
                               Campus.                                                                                       WEGNER                 $74    $5       $20                            $99
                 PHL-103      CRITICAL REASONING, 4 CREDITS                                                                 BASKETBALL/POWER II, 1 CREDIT
                 Focuses on improving reasoning and critical assessment ability.                                            PE-185-027 208326 R104  MW     1-2:50PM
                 ✔	           PHL-103-01      209198 TBA            W          6-9:50PM                                      STEEN                  $74    $5       $20                            $99
                               SEVERSON                             $296       $20      $0            $316                   Women’s Rules and Equipment.
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony
                                                                                                                            BOWLING/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
                               Campus.
                                                                                                               ✔	           PE-185-015 208314 BA  TTH                      10:30-11:50AM
                              PHL-103-02      209199 ONLINE                                                                  COMBS                $74                      $5        $0            $79
                               SEVERSON                             $296       $20         $35        $351                   $60 fee payable to Milwaukie Bowl. At Milwaukie.
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kjirsten@clacka-
                               mas.edu or 503-594-3842. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in                            BOWLING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                               RD-115.                                                                         ✔	           PE-185-013 208311 BA   TTH                     10:30-11:50AM
                                                                                                                             COMBS                 $74                     $5        $0            $79
                 PHL-213      ASIAN PHILOSOPHY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                             $60 fee payable to Milwaukie Bowl. At Milwaukie.
                 Examines the underlying belief systems of Hinduism, Buddhism,
                 Taoism, and Confucianism. Course explores their concepts of cause                                          BOWLING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                 and effect, freedom, personal identity, moral value, truth, and en-                           ✔	           PE-185-014 208312 BA   TTH    10:30-11:50AM
                 lightenment.                                                                                                COMBS                 $74    $5        $0                             $79
                                                                                                                             $60 fee payable to Milwaukie Bowl. At Milwaukie.
                 ✔	           PHL-213-15      209200 W218           TH         6-9:50PM
                               BAILEY                               $0         $0       $316          $316                  CONDITIONING III/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville                          PE-185-025 208324 R014   MWF     12-12:50PM
                               Campus.                                                                                       WEGNER                  $74     $5       $20                          $99
                 PHL-215      HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY, 4 CREDITS                                                      CONDITIONING III/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                 Overview course examines the roots and development of Western                                              PE-185-026 208325 R014   MWF     12-12:50PM
                 thought including ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary                                                WEGNER                  $74     $5       $20                          $99
                 philosophy.                                                                                                CROSS TRAINING III/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                              PHL-215-01      209448 M256           MW         11-12:50PM                                   PE-185-016 208315 R014   TBA     TBA
                               SEVERSON                             $296       $20      $0            $316                   RHODEN                  $74     $5       $20                          $99
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                              Mandatory: Attend a one hour orientation offered on Monday 3/28 or
                                                                                                                             Wednesday 3/30 at one of the following times: 9am or 1pm. Student must
                 Physical Education                                                                                          provide student ID number at the orientation and all workouts. Contact:
                                                                                                                             jmartineau@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3271.
                 PE-185       PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CLASSES, 1 CREDIT
                 Numerous physical activity classes that encompass leisure-type,                                            CROSS TRAINING III/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                 recreational-type and lifelong activities as well as activities related to                                 PE-185-017 208316 R014   TBA    TBA
                 sports conditioning and wellness.                                                                           RHODEN                  $74    $5      $20                            $99
                 Some PE-185 classes require an additional fee for facility use which                                        Mandatory: Attend a one hour orientation offered on Monday 3/28 or
                 is PAID ON SITE, for example: bowling, racquetball, and swimming.                                           Wednesday 3/30 at one of the following times: 9am or 1pm. Student must
                 A physical examination is recommended prior to taking aerobics.                                             provide student ID number at the orientation and all workouts. Contact:
                                                                                                                             jmartineau@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3271.
                              AEROBIC DANCE, STEP, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                            DANCE, BALLET/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                              PE-185-001 208299 R104   MWF                     10-10:50AM
                                                                                                                            PE-185-022 208321 R208  MW     1:30-2:50PM
                               ALLEN                   $74                     $5       $20             $99
                                                                                                                             ARZT                   $74    $5        $20                           $99
                              AIKIDO, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                            DANCE, BALLET/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                 ✔	           PE-185-103 208377 CLSRM  T                       7-8:20PM
                                                                                                                            PE-185-023 208322 R208  MW     1:30-2:50PM
                                                CLSRM  TH                      6-7:20PM                                      ARZT                   $74    $5        $20                           $99
                               FIFE                    $74                     $5       $0              $79
                               $80 fee payable to Aikido NW. At Milwaukie.                                                  DANCE, SWING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                            PE-185-079 208371 R208  MWF    9-9:50AM
                              AQUATIC EXERCISE, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                             ROBINSON               $74    $5        $20                           $99
                 ✔	           PE-185-006 208304 POOL   MWF                     9-9:50AM
                               WHITNEY                 $74                     $5       $0              $79                 DANCE, SWING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                               $70 fee to North Clackamas Aquatic Center. At North Clackamas.                               PE-185-030 208329 R208  MWF    9-9:50AM
                                                                                                                             ROBINSON               $74    $5        $20                           $99
                              BASKETBALL, POWER I, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                            GOLF/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
                              PE-185-081 208372 R104   MW                      5:30-7:20PM
                               WEGNER                  $74                     $5        $20            $99    ✔	           PE-185-032 208331 R220  TTH    10:30-11:50AM
                               Required: Instructor consent. Men’s rules and equipment.                                      FISKUM                 $74    $5        $0                            $79
                                                                                                                             $50 payable to Fundamental Golf. Class will also meet at Sah-Hah-Lee Golf
                                                                                                                             course. At Beavercreek.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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                                                                                                                                                          Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room           Day       Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room           Day       Time
              Instructor                               Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                               Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee   Total


             GOLF/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                                     SOCCER CONDITIONING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
✔	           PE-185-034 208333 R220   TTH                        10:30-11:50AM                            PE-185-029 208328 RSOC2 TTH  1-2:20PM




                                                                                                                                                                                          Course Listing
              FISKUM                  $74                        $5        $0        $79                   NELSON                 $74  $5       $30                               $109
              $50 fee payable to Fundamental Golf. Class will also meet at Sah-Hah-Lee                     Required: Instructor consent.
              Golf Course. At Beavercreek.                                                                SOCCER CONDITIONING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
             GOLF/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                                  PE-185-037 208334 RSOC2 TTH  1-2:20PM
✔	           PE-185-033 208332 R220  TTH                         10:30-11:50AM                             NELSON                 $74  $5       $30                               $109
              FISKUM                 $74                         $5        $0        $79                   Required: Instructor consent.
              $50 fee payable to Fundamental Golf. Class will also meet at Sah-Hah-Lee                    SOCCER/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
              Golf Course. At Beavercreek.                                                                PE-185-051 208347 RSOC1   TTH                       10:30-11:50AM
             KARATE/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT                                                                     DIEBEL                   $74                       $5        $20        $99
             PE-185-044 208340 R104A MWF                         10-10:50AM                               SOCCER/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
              ROBINSON               $74                         $5       $20        $99                  PE-185-052 208348 RSOC1   TTH                       10:30-11:50AM
             KARATE/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                                    DIEBEL                   $74                       $5        $20        $99
             PE-185-045 208341 R104A MWF                         10-10:50AM                               SOCCER/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
              ROBINSON               $74                         $5       $20        $99                  PE-185-053 208349 RSOC1   TTH                       10:30-11:50AM
             KARATE/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                                 DIEBEL                   $74                       $5        $20        $99
             PE-185-046 208342 R104A MWF                         10-10:50AM                               STABILITY BALL CORE TRAINING, 1                     CREDIT
              ROBINSON               $74                         $5       $20        $99                  PE-185-002 208300 R104A   MWF                       12-12:50PM
             KUNG-FU, 1 CREDITS                                                                            O’DOUD-VEGA              $74                       $5        $20        $99
✔            PE-185-004 209590 CLSRM TTH                         11-12:20PM                               SWIM CONDITIONING, 1 CREDIT
              HANCOCK                $74                         $5       $0         $79     ✔	           PE-185-054 208350 CANPOOL MWF                       6-6:50AM
              $130 fee payable to Balance & Harmony. At Ainsworth House, Oregon City.                      LAITIMEN                 $74                       $5       $0          $79
             KUNG-FU II, 1 CREDITS                                                                         $50 fee to Canby Swim Center. At Canby.
✔            PE-185-005 209591 CLSRM                   TTH       11-12:20PM                  ✔	           PE-185-055      208351 OCPOOL             MWF       6-6:50AM
              HANCOCK                                  $74       $5       $0         $79                   PARSCH                                   $74       $5       $0          $79
              $130 fee payable to Balance & Harmony. At Ainsworth House, Oregon City.                      $50 fee to Oregon City Pool. At Oregon City.
             LUNGS & LEGS/BEGINNING, 1 CREDITS                                               ✔	           PE-185-056      208352 OCPOOL             MWF       7-7:50AM
✔            PE-185-011 209593 CLSRM TTH    5:30-6:50AM                                                    PARSCH                                   $74       $5       $0          $79
              RAINES                 $74    $5        $20                            $99                   $50 fee to Oregon City Pool. At Oregon City.
              $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                         ✔	           PE-185-058      208354 CANPOOL MWF                  12-12:50PM
             LUNGS & LEGS/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDITS                                                          PARSCH                        $74                  $5       $0          $79
✔            PE-185-012 209594 CLSRM TTH    5:30-6:50AM                                                    $50 fee to Canby Swim Center. At Canby.
              RAINES                 $74    $5        $20                            $99                  SWIM/WATER EXERCISE, 1 CREDIT
              $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                         ✔	           PE-185-059 208355 CANPOOL MWF 8-8:50AM
             PILATES I, 1 CREDIT                                                                           PARSCH                   $74 $5       $0                                $79
             PE-185-003 208301 R208                    MW        12-1:20PM                                 $50 fee to Canby Swim Center. At Canby.
              ARZT                                     $74       $5       $20        $99     ✔	           PE-185-060      208356 POOL               MWF       8-8:50AM
             PILATES II, 1 CREDIT                                                                          PARSCH                                   $74       $5       $0          $79
             PE-185-009 208307 R208                    MW     12-1:20PM                                    $50 fee to Oregon City Pool. At Oregon City.
              ARZT                                     $74    $5        $20          $99                  TAI CHI/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
             RACQUETBALL/ADVANCED,                     1 CREDIT                                           PE-185-062 208358 R104A  TTH   9-10:20AM
✔	           PE-185-047 208343 ESCMCRT                 MW     10:30-11:50AM                                N. HANCOCK              $74   $5        $20                             $99
              WOODS                                    $74    $5        $0           $79                  TAI CHI/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
              $39 fee to Eastside Athletic Club. At Milwaukie.                                            PE-185-038 208335 R104A  TTH   9-10:20AM
             RACQUETBALL/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                            N. HANCOCK              $74   $5        $20                             $99
✔	           PE-185-043 208339 ESCMCRT MW  10:30-11:50AM                                                  TAI CHI/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
              WOODS                    $74 $5        $0                              $79                  PE-185-061 208357 R104A  TTH   9-10:20AM
              $39 fee to Eastside Athletic Club. At Milwaukie.                                             N. HANCOCK              $74   $5        $20                             $99
             ROCK CLIMBING/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT                                                             TENNIS/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
             PE-185-048 208344 R220 TH     6-8:50PM                                                       PE-185-063 208359 R220   MW    1-2:20PM
              KENDALL               $74    $5                             $20        $99                   FISKUM                  $74   $5        $20                             $99
             ROCK CLIMBING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                            TENNIS/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
             PE-185-050 208346 R220 TH     6-8:50PM                                                       PE-185-064 208361 R220   MW    1-2:20PM
              KENDALL               $74    $5                             $20        $99                   FISKUM                  $74   $5        $20                             $99
             ROCK CLIMBING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                         TOTAL BODY BOOT CAMP/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
             PE-185-049 208345 R220 TH     6-8:50PM                                          ✔            PE-185-041 209597 CLSRM  MWF   10:15-11:15AM
              KENDALL               $74    $5                             $20        $99                   RAINES                  $74   $5        $0                              $79
             SCUBA DIVING, 1 CREDIT                                                                        $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.
             PE-185-095 208376 R219 TH     6-8:50PM                                          ✔            PE-185-020      209596 CLSRM              MW        12-1:20PM
              SHROUFE               $74    $5                             $0         $79                   RAINES                                   $74       $5       $0          $79
              $265 fee payable to Steve’s Scuba first night of class.                                      $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.
             SELF DEFENSE, 1 CREDIT                                                          ✔	           PE-185-018      208317 CLSRM              MW        5:45-7:05PM
             PE-185-057 208353 R104A                   MWF       11-11:50AM                                RAINES                                   $74       $5        $0         $79
              ROBINSON                                 $74       $5       $20        $99                   $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.




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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room           Day       Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
                               Instructor                               Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total


                 Physical Education, continued                                                                PE-270       SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                           PE-270-01 208387 ONLINE
Course Listing




                              TOTAL BODY BOOT CAMP/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                   MCHONE                 $222   $15     $35                            $272
                 ✔            PE-185-042 209598 CLSRM MWF 10:15-11:15AM                                                     Online. Contact: KeoniM@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3273.
                               RAINES                 $74 $5        $0    $79                                 PE-280       PHYSICAL EDUCATION/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                         Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 ✔            PE-185-024      209595 CLSRM              MW        12-1:20PM                   physical education.                                                                        ✔
                               %RAINES                                  $74       $5       $0         $79                  PE-280-01       208388 JOBSITE
                               $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                                       WOODS                              $444         $30      $15        $489V
                 ✔	           PE-185-019      208318 CLSRM              MW        5:45-7:05PM                               Required: Instructor consent.
                               RAINES                                   $74       $5        $0        $79     PE-294       BASEBALL SKILLS & STRATEGIES, 1 CREDIT
                               $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                                      PE-294-01 209454 RBBALL MWF      3-4:50PM
                              VOLLEYBALL CONDITIONING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                   ROBINSON                $74     $5       $20                          $99
                              PE-185-070 209451 R104 TTH   10:30-11:50AM                                      PE-294       SOFTBALL SKILLS & STRATEGIES, 1 CREDIT                                        ✔
                               WOODS                 $74   $5        $20                              $99                  PE-294-02 209453 RSB1    MWF     2-3:50PM
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                                BUEL                    $74     $5       $20                          $99
                              VOLLEYBALL CONDITIONING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                  PE-294       TRACK SKILLS & STRATEGIES, 1 CREDIT
                              PE-185-071 209452 R104 TTH   10:30-11:50AM                                                   PE-294-03 209455 RTRACK MWF      2-3:50PM
                               WOODS                 $74   $5        $20   $99                                              MCHONE                  $74     $5       $20                          $99
                               Required: Instructor consent.
                              VOLLEYBALL/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT                                                   Political Science
                              PE-185-068 208364 R104  TTH      9-10:20AM                                      PS-202       US GOVERNMENT: NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
                               GERKE                  $74      $5        $20                          $99                  INSTITUTIONS, 4 CREDITS                                                       ✔
                              VOLLEYBALL/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                  Examines American political parties, the role of money in politics
                              PE-185-065 208362 R104  TTH      9-10:20AM                                      and American political participation in general.
                               GERKE                  $74      $5        $20                          $99                  PS-202-01       209201 ONLINE
                              VOLLEYBALL/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                             DARRIS                             $296         $20      $35         $351    P
                              PE-185-069 208365 R104  TTH      9-10:20AM                                                    Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: deand@          A
                               GERKE                  $74      $5        $20                          $99                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3404. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-            v
                                                                                                                            ment in RD-115.
                              WEIGHT CIRCUIT/AEROBIC III, 1 CREDIT
                              PE-185-086 208373 R014  MWF      11-11:50AM                                     PS-203       US GOVERNMENT: STATE & LOCAL INSTITUTIONS,
                               MCHONE                 $74      $5        $20                          $99                  4 CREDITS
                                                                                                              Introduces students to American state and local government, with
                              WEIGHT TRAINING/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT                                              an emphasis on Oregon politics at the state and local level.
                              PE-185-088 208374 R014  TTH      9-10:20AM
                                                                                                                           PS-203-01       209202 M249         MW           9-10:50AM                    P
                               WEGNER                 $74      $5        $20                          $99                                                                                                I
                                                                                                                            DARRIS                             $296         $20      $0          $316
                              WEIGHT TRAINING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                             v
                              PE-185-072 208366 R014  TTH      9-10:20AM                                                                                                                                 i
                                                                                                              PS-205       INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, 4 CREDITS
                               WEGNER                 $74      $5        $20                          $99
                                                                                                              Introduces students to contemporary international politics. Exam-
                              WEIGHT TRAINING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                          ines international institutions and nation-state behavior, as well as
                              PE-185-073 208367 R014  TTH      9-10:20AM                                      diplomacy, peacekeeping, terrorism and war as instruments of for-
                               WEGNER                 $74      $5        $20                          $99     eign policy.
                              WRESTLING/FREESTYLE, 1 CREDIT                                                                PS-205-01       209204 M249         TTH          10-11:50AM
                              PE-185-028 208327 R104A MWF      3-4:50PM                                                     DARRIS                             $296         $20      $0          $316
                               RHODEN                 $74      $5        $20                          $99                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                             P
                              YOGA III, 1 CREDIT                                                                           PS-205-02       209205 M249         MW           11-12:50PM                   P
                              PE-185-093 208375 R208  MW       10-11:20AM                                                   DARRIS                             $296         $20      $0          $316    g
                               E. HANCOCK             $74      $5        $20                          $99                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                             p
                              PE-185-066 208363 R208  TTH      5:30-6:50PM                                    PS-280       POLITICAL SCIENCE/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               E. HANCOCK             $74      $5        $20                          $99     Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 ✔            PE-185-021 209592 CLSRM TBA      TBA                                            political science.
                               HANCOCK                $74      $5        $0                           $79                  PS-280-01       209206 JOBSITE
                               $130 fee payable to Balance & Harmony. At Ainsworth House, Oregon City.                      DARRIS                             $444         $30      $15        $489V
                              ZUMBA, STRENGTH INTERVALS/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                 Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                 ✔	           PE-185-074 208368 CLSRM TTH  9:15-10:35AM                                                                                                                                  P
                               RAINES                 $74  $5        $0
                               $159 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.
                                                                            $79                               Psychology                                                                                 R
                                                                                                              PSY-101      HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
                              ZUMBA, STRENGTH INTERVALS/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                Introduction to interpersonal relationships and human relations in                         f
                 ✔	           PE-185-075 208369 CLSRM TTH   9:15-10:35AM                                      a social context. Includes individual and group activities, lecture and                    c
                               RAINES                 $74   $5        $0   $79                                discussions, with an emphasis on student participation.                                    ✔
                               $159 payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                                         PSY-101-01      209208 M204         TTH          8-9:20AM
                                                                                                                            KISER                              $222         $15      $0          $237
                                                                                                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact              V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                   cost reflects maximum                                                    ✔
                                                                                                                                                                 Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                          NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


            72   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                   Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                         Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room    Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
              Instructor                        Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee      Crs. Fee    Total


             PSY-101-02      209209 M204        MW        9-10:20AM                      PSY-219      INTRODUCTION TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
              MALLATT                           $222      $15      $0            $237    Introduction to abnormal psychology including disorders and ap-




                                                                                                                                                                                    Course Listing
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                           proaches to treatment.
             PSY-101-03      209210 M204        F         9-3:20PM                                    PSY-219-01      209226 M256           MW         9-10:50AM
              MALLATT                           $222      $15      $0            $237                  VELEZ                                $296       $20      $0          $316
              Meets: 5/6-6/3. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
✔	           PSY-101-04 209211 TBA              MW        11-12:20PM                     ✔	           PSY-219-02      209227 TBA            TTH        10-11:50AM
              MANCINELLI-FRANCONI               $222      $15      $0            $237                  BENNETT                              $296       $20      $0          $316
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony
              Campus.                                                                                  Campus.
             PSY-101-05      209212 M204        MW        1-2:20PM                       PSY-221      INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING, 4 CREDITS
              MALLATT                           $222      $15      $0            $237    Provides an overview of the theoretical background for different ap-
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                           proaches to counseling.
✔	           PSY-101-06      209213 TBA         T         6-8:50PM                                    PSY-221-01      209228 M204           TTH        10-11:50AM
              KIM                               $222      $15      $0            $237                  KISER                                $296       $20      $0          $316
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Campus.
                                                                                         PSY-231      INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SEXUALITY, 4 CREDITS
             PSY-101-07      209214 M201        W         6-8:50PM                       Introduction to research and theories of human sexual behavior,
              KISER                             $222      $15      $0            $237    including sexual relationships, communication and intimacy, sex
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                         roles, the development of gender, social trends regarding sexuality,
             PSY-101-08      209449 M204        TH        6-8:50PM                       and the biology of sexuality and conception.
              FORD                              $222      $15      $0            $237
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                      PSY-231-01      209229 M201           TTH        1-2:50PM
                                                                                                       LEWIS                                $296       $20      $35         $351
✔	           PSY-101-15      209215 W111        M         6-8:50PM                                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              THOMAS                            $0        $0       $237          $237
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville        PSY-240      INTERPERSONAL AWARENESS & GROWTH, 4 CREDITS
              Campus.                                                                    Examines the dynamics of personality and explores techniques for
                                                                                         overcoming self-defeating behaviors. Develops methods for making
PSY-110      PSYCHOLOGY: AN OVERVIEW, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                         personal changes.
A general introduction to the field of psychology. Explores a wide
variety of topics.                                                                       ✔	           PSY-240-01      209231 H210           M          6-9:50PM
                                                                                                       SALITORE                             $296       $20      $0          $316
             PSY-110-01      209216 ONLINE                                                             Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony
              LEWIS                             $296      $20        $35         $351                  Campus.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: ericl@
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3410. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-          PSY-280      PSYCHOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
              ment in RD-115.                                                            Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                                                                                         psychology.
PSY-200      PSYCHOLOGY AS A NATURAL SCIENCE, 4 CREDITS
Introduction to physiological psychology, the study of how the ner-                                   PSY-280-01 209232 JOBSITE
vous system produces behavior and cognition. Further topics may                                        GROSSMANN                            $444       $30      $15        $489V
include consciousness, sleep, memory, emotion, and language.                                           Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
             PSY-200-01 209217 M201
              GROSSMANN
                                                TTH
                                                $296
                                                          10-11:50AM
                                                          $20      $0            $316    Real Estate
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                           RE-238       REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL III, 3 CREDITS
             PSY-200-02 209218 M201             MW        11-12:50PM                     Course offers a basic understanding and knowledge of the resi-
              GROSSMANN                         $296      $20      $0            $316    dential sales comparison and income approaches to appraisal. It
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                           includes the valuation principles and procedures applicable to both
PSY-205      PSYCHOLOGY AS A SOCIAL SCIENCE, 4 CREDITS                                   approaches.
Principles of conditioning and social psychology, the study of how                                    RE-238-01       207390 M252           T          6:30-9:20PM
groups affect the individual. Further topics may include motivation,                                   WERNER                               $222       $15       $0         $237
personality, development, and stress.                                                                  Prerequisite: Pass RE-228 or instructor consent.
             PSY-205-01 209219 M201
              GROSSMANN
                                                MW
                                                $296
                                                          9-10:50AM
                                                          $20      $0            $316    Reading
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                           RD-080       FUNDAMENTALS COLLEGE READING, 3 CREDITS
             PSY-205-02 209220 M256             TTH       1-2:50PM                       This course focuses on fundamental reading skills for non-fiction
              GROSSMANN                         $296      $20      $0            $316    text, including identifying main ideas, supporting details and orga-
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                           nizational patterns. Vocabulary improvement emphasizes dictionary
PSY-215      INTRODUCTION TO DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY,                                   skills. Core reading comprehension strategies and inferences are
             4 CREDITS                                                                   introduced.
Research and theories regarding the development of the individual                                     RD-080-01       208854 D135           MWF        10-11:50AM
from conception to death, including physical, social, and cognitive                                    MARKS                                $222       $15      $15         $252
changes.                                                                                               Meets: 3/28-4/29. Prerequisite: Placement in RD-080.
✔	           PSY-215-01      209222 OIT149      TTH       8-9:50AM
              BENNETT                           $296      $20      $0            $316
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony
              Campus.
             PSY-215-02      209223 M249        TTH       1-2:50PM
              BENNETT                           $296      $20      $0            $316
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
✔	           PSY-215-03      209224 TBA         TTH       6-9:50PM
              SALITORE                          $296      $20      $0            $316
              Meets: 3/29-4/28. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              At CCC Harmony Campus.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee     Total


                 Reading, continued                                                                          R-212        HISTORY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT, 4 CREDITS                                         R
                                                                                                             Covers the first century influences on the New Testament texts, the                          T
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                 RD-090       INTERMEDIATE READING SKILLS, 3 CREDITS                                         life of Jesus, and the Pauline letters. Other early writings will be dis-                    P
                 Introduces and reinforces skills for success in entry-level college                         cussed.                                                                                      t
                 classes. Emphasizes vocabulary building, comprehension, reading                                          R-212-01        209237 RR208         TTH         1-2:50PM                       w
                 strategies, critical thinking.                                                                            TOEBBEN                             $296        $20      $0            $316    s
                              RD-090-01       208859 D135          TTH       9-10:20AM                                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                               BAKER                               $222      $15      $15            $252    R-214        THE HISTORICAL JESUS, 4 CREDITS
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-080 or placement in RD-090.                             An examination of the “Quest for the Historical Jesus” from Albert                           R
                              RD-090-03       208868 D135          MWF       9-9:50AM                        Schweitzer through contemporary scholarship.                                                 T
                               BAKER                               $222      $15      $15            $252                 R-214-01        209238 RR208         TTH         10-11:50AM                     b
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-080 or placement in RD-090.                                           TOEBBEN                             $296        $20      $0            $316    t
                              RD-090-02       208865 D135          MWF       10-11:50AM                                    Required: Successful completion of or current enrollment in RD-115.
                               MARKS                               $222      $15      $15            $252    R-280        RELIGION/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               Meets: 5/2-6/3. Prerequisite: Pass RD-080 or placement in RD-090.             Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                              RD-090-04       208872 D135          TH        5:30-8:20PM                     religion.                                                                                    R
                               WATKINS                             $222      $15       $15           $252                 R-280-01        209239 JOBSITE                                                  T
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-080 or placement in RD-090.                                           TOEBBEN                             $444        $30       $15         $489V    c
                 RD-115       COLLEGE READING, 3 CREDITS                                                                   Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                  e
                 Emphasizes comprehension, critical reading and thinking, and                                                                                                                             o
                 vocabulary.                                                                                 Renewable Energy Technology                                                                  q
                                                                                                                                                                                                          c
                              RD-115-01       208878 D135          MWF       12-12:50PM                      All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor                     t
                               BAKER                               $222      $15      $15            $252    prior to registering. Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                             Student Success Center, 503-594-3475.
                              RD-115-02       208883 M204          TTH       12-1:20PM
                               BAKER                               $222      $15      $15            $252    RCT-120      INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITES, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                             Provides students with an introduction to the composites industry                            R
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                             including fundamentals of composites and their applications as well                          C
                 Religious Studies                                                                           as workplace performance, health and safety.
                                                                                                                          RCT-120-01      209067 B154A         MTWTHF 3-8:50PM
                                                                                                                                                                                                          l
                                                                                                                                                                                                          i
                 R-103        COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                           STAFF                               $222   $15      $140               $377
                                                                                                                                                                                                          v
                 The history, ideas, and philosophy of the Eastern religions including                                     Meets: 3/28-4/4.
                 Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism.
                                                                                                             RCT-122      BASIC COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS, 2 CREDITS
                 ✔	           R-103-01        209450 TBA           MW        1-2:50PM
                                                                                                             Covers skills and knowledge in the basic application of composite
                               AL-METEN                            $296      $20      $0             $316
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony
                               Campus.
                                                                                                             materials and prepares students to work with reinforcements and
                                                                                                             resins in composites industry. Provides an orientation to specific                           S
                                                                                                             tools used, as well as hands-on training in specific techniques used                         B
                 R-210        WORLD RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS                                                     to fabricate flat, horizontal and vertical parts. Includes industry stan-                    A
                 An overview that examines Eastern/Western religions and philoso-                            dards for proper safety and health performance.                                              l
                 phies through film, text, and/or online presentations. Introduces                                        RCT-122-01      209068 B164          MTWTHF 3-6:00PM
                 Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese religions, Christianity, Judaism, and
                                                                                                                                                 B154A         MTWTHF 6-8:50PM
                 Islam.
                                                                                                                           STAFF                               $148   $10      $140               $298
                              R-210-01        209233 ONLINE                                                                Meets: 4/5-4/14. Prerequisite: RCT-120.
                               TOEBBEN                             $296      $20         $35         $351
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: bradt@           RCT-124      VACUUM BAG./WIND BLADE REPAIR, 2 CREDITS
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3413. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or                    Introduces the vacuum bagging process, and how it is utilized dur-
                               placement in RD-115. For required course material contact: alarkin@           ing wind turbine blade repair. Covers the vacuum infusion process
                                                                                                             as well as wet lay-up and vacuum bagging for compression; course                             B
                               clackamas.edu
                                                                                                             includes hands-on labs where parts are built using both methods.                             A
                              R-210-02        209234 ONLINE                                                                                                                                               m
                               TOEBBEN                             $296      $20         $35         $351    Also covers new materials used, workplace performance, health and
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: bradt@           safety.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3413. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or                                 RCT-124-01      209069 B164          MTWTHF 3-6:00PM
                               placement in RD-115. For required course material contact: alarkin@                                               B154A         MTWTHF 6-8:50PM
                               clackamas.edu                                                                               STAFF                               $148   $10      $140               $298
                 R-211        HISTORY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT, 4 CREDITS                                                      Meets: 4/15-4/26. Prerequisites: RCT-126 and RCT-122.
                 Covers early influences on the Hebrew community, patriarchs, Abra-                          RCT-125      WIND TURBINE BLADE REPAIR, 2 CREDITS
                 ham, Moses and Sinai. Examines modern theories of biblical exegsis.                         Students will learn proper fiberglass repair techniques for field work
                 ✔	           R-211-01    209236 TBA               TH        6-9:50PM                        while working in and around a wind turbine blade. Course empha-
                               O’CONNELL-ROUSSELL                  $296      $20      $0             $316    sizes proper inspection and problem identification, site preparation,
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony               removal of damaged area, then actual repairs using the correct lami-
                               Campus.                                                                       nate schedule while applying hand lay-up, vacuum bagging, and
                                                                                                             surface finishing coatings. Safe working practices emphasized.
                                                                                                                          RCT-125-01      209070 B164          MTWTHF 3-6:00PM
                                                                                                                                                 B154A         MTWTHF 6-8:50PM
                                                                                                                           STAFF                               $148   $10      $140               $298
                                                                                                                           Meets: 4/27-5/9.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


RET-200      RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS, 4 CREDITS                                                        BI-102-30   208116 ONLINE
This course provides a survey of various renewable energy systems.                                       STRICKLAND                          $296      $20        $80        $396




                                                                                                                                                                                      Course Listing
Participants will learn about the benefits and limitations of each                                       Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: chriss@clackamas.edu
type of energy source as well as their functional principles. Students                                   or 503-594-3359. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in
will participate in several field learning exercises related to energy                                   MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
systems.                                                                                                 ment in WR-121. Labs are completed at home using a kit available from the
             RET-200-01 207679 MOD2A TTH     3-4:50PM                                                    CCC Bookstore.
              SAYLES                 $296    $20      $120  $436                           BI-102L      GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
RET-211      RENEWABLE ENERGY II: ENERGY EFFICIENCY, 3 CREDITS                                          BI-102L-01 208117 DJ181 MW                     11-12:20PM
The course will examine the common sources of energy loss in                                             OSTLUND                $0                     $0       $0              $0
building systems and homes, industrial processes and transporta-                                         Corequisite: One BI-102.
tion. Students will particiapate in several hands-on lab exercises.                                     BI-102L-02      208118 DJ181         MW        1:30-2:50PM
             RET-211-01      207680 MOD2A         TTH       5:30-8:20PM                                  STAFF                               $0        $0        $0             $0
              FOUHY                               $222      $15       $90         $327                   Corequisite: One BI-102.
              Prerequisite: RET-209.                                                                    BI-102L-03      208119 DJ181         TTH       11-12:20PM
RET-217      RENEWABLE ENERGY CAPSTONE PROJECT, 3 CREDITS                                                KAPILA                              $0        $0       $0              $0
This final class in the Renewable Energy series will concentrate on a                                    Corequisite: One BI-102.
capstone project. Students will evaluate a proposal for an alternative                                  BI-102L-04      208120 DJ181         TTH       1:30-2:50PM
energy solution and then design an installation to meet the needs                                        GILKISON                            $0        $0        $0             $0
of the proposal. Students will be expected to perform a site survey,                                     Corequisite: One BI-102.
quantify energy requirements, select appropriate technologies, cal-                        BI-103       GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
culate the payback period and finally fabricate an actual or concep-                       A laboratory course emphasizing an evolutionary approach to plants
tual energy solution where appropriate.                                                    and ecosystems.
             RET-217-01      207731 MOD2B         MW        4-6:50PM                                    BI-103-01       208122 DJ191         MW        11-12:20PM
              FOUHY                               $222      $15      $90          $327
              Prerequisite: RET-215.
                                                                                                         MAYER                               $296      $20      $45          $361
                                                                                                         Corequisite: One BI-103L Lab. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement
RET-280      RENEWABLE ENERGY/CWE, 1-12V CREDITS                                                         in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
Cooperative work experience. Major emphasis on work-based                                                ment in WR-121; lectures should be scheduled prior to labs each week.
learning experience in the renewable energy field. Coordination of                                      BI-103-02       208123 DJ191         TTH       8-9:20AM
instruction and evaluation of student job performance will be pro-                                       GILKISON                            $296      $20      $45          $361
vided by college faculty in conjunction with employer/supervisor.                                        Corequisite: One BI-103L Lab. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement
             RET-280-01      207732 JOBSITE                                                              in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
              FOUHY                               $888      $60        $195 $1143V                       ment in WR-121; lectures should be scheduled prior to labs each week.
              Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.                                           BI-103-30  208125 ONLINE
                                                                                                         CARPENTER                           $296      $20        $80        $396
Science: Biology                                                                                         Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: heatherc@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                         or 503-594-3937. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in
BI-101       GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                         MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
A laboratory course emphasizing an evolutionary approach to cellu-                                       ment in WR-121. Labs are completed at home using a kit available from the
lar biology, genetics, and natural selection.                                                            CCC Bookstore.
             BI-101-30       208110 ONLINE
                                                                                           BI-103L      GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
              OSTLUND                             $296      $20        $80        $396
                                                                                                        BI-103L-01 208126 P141  MW                     12:30-1:50PM
              Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: kimo@clackamas.edu
              or 503-594-3953. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in                                 MAYER                  $0                     $0        $0             $0
              MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                         Corequisite: One BI-103.
              ment in WR-121. Labs are completed at home using a kit available from the                 BI-103L-02      208127 P141          MW        2-3:20PM
              CCC Bookstore.                                                                             STAFF                               $0        $0       $0              $0
BI-102       GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                                                  Corequisite: One BI-103.
A laboratory course emphasizing an evolutionary approach to ani-                                        BI-103L-03      209552 P141          TTH       9:30-10:50AM
mal systems.                                                                                             GILKISON                            $0        $0        $0             $0
             BI-102-01       208112 P102          MW        9:30-10:50AM                                 Corequisite: One BI-103.
              OSTLUND                             $296      $20       $45         $361     BI-112       BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH SCIENCES, 4 CREDITS
              Corequisite: One BI-102L Lab. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement         One term preparatory biology lab course for students who want to
              in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-        take Anatomy & Physiology and/or Microbiology. Cellular aspects of
              ment in WR-121; lectures should be scheduled prior to labs each week.        biology including genetics and organ systems.
             BI-102-02       208113 P102          MW        12-1:20PM                                   BI-112-01       208128 P132          MW        9-10:20AM
              STAFF                               $296      $20      $45          $361                   KELSEY                              $296      $20      $45          $361
              Corequisite: One BI-102L Lab. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement                       Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or
              in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                      placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisites:
              ment in WR-121; lectures should be scheduled prior to labs each week.                      One BI-112L lab; CH-112 strongly recommended.
             BI-102-03       208114 P102          TTH       8-9:20AM                                    BI-112-02       208129 P103          TTH       12:30-1:50PM
              KAPILA                              $296      $20      $45          $361                   BALLEW                              $296      $20       $45         $361
              Corequisite: One BI-102L Lab. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement                       Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or
              in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                      placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisites:
              ment in WR-121; lectures should be scheduled prior to labs each week.                      One BI-112L lab; CH-112 strongly recommended.
             BI-102-20  208115 DJ181              TTH       6-8:50PM                                    BI-112-20       208130 P103          MW        6:30-7:50PM
              CARPENTER                           $296      $20      $45          $361                                         P142          MW        8-9:20PM
              Lab included. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065;                           KELSEY                              $296      $20       $45         $361
              pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in                            Lab included. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065;
              WR-121.                                                                                    pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in
                                                                                                         WR-121. CH-112 strongly recommended.

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
                               Instructor                            Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee             Crs. Fee   Total


                 Science: Biology, continued                                                                    BI-231       HUMAN ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                A lab course designed for students entering physical education or
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                 BI-112L      BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH SCIENCES LAB, 0 CREDIT                                         medically related fields. Includes body organization, terminology,
                              BI-112L-01 208131 P142  T      2-4:50PM                                           tissues, and a study of the integumentary, skeletal, and nervous sys-                            B
                                                                                                                tems. Animal organ dissection required.                                                          A
                               RUEB                   $0     $0       $0                                   $0
                               Corequisite: One BI-112.                                                                      BI-231-01       208142 P101            TTH       9-10:20AM                          t
                              BI-112L-02      208132 P142            W         2-4:50PM                                       KOP                                   $296      $20      $45               $361    i
                                                                                                                              Recommended: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in                     i
                               KELSEY                                $0        $0       $0                 $0
                                                                                                                              MTH-105 or MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095
                               Corequisite: One BI-112.
                                                                                                                              or placement in WR-121. Prerequisites: Pass BI-112 (recommended),
                              BI-112L-03      208133 P142            TH        8-10:50AM                                      or pass BI-101 & BI-102, or pass BI-211. Pass CH-112 (recommended),
                               BALLEW                                $0        $0       $0                 $0                 or pass CH-104 & CH-105, or pass CH-221 & CH-222. Corequisite: One
                               Corequisite: One BI-112.                                                                       BI-231L lab.
                 BI-160       BIRD ID & TAXONOMY, 3 CREDITS                                                     BI-231L      ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 Bird identification, classification, and behavior. Identification tech-                                     BI-231L-01 208143 P151 T     11-1:50PM
                 niques applied to birds through lectures, slide presentations, and                                           KOP                   $0    $0       $0                                      $0
                 field trips to malheur, Willamette Valley, Oregon Cascades, Sauvie                                           Corequisite: BI-231.
                 Island, and Oregon Coast wildlife refuges.                                                                  BI-231L-02      208144 P151            TH        11-1:50PM
                              BI-160-20  208135 P101    W      6:30-9:20PM                                                    WATSON                                $0        $0       $0                  $0    B
                               BOWN                     $222   $15       $45                          $282                    Corequisite: BI-231.
                 BI-160L      BIRD IDENTIFICATION LAB, 1 CREDIT                                                 BI-232       HUMAN ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY II, 4 CREDITS
                 A lab to accompany the BI-160 lecture. Focuses on field identifica-                            A lab course covering structure and function of the muscular, cardio-
                 tion of common Oregon birds by sight, sound, and habitat.                                      vascular, lymphatic, and respiratory systems. Animal organ dissec-
                 ✔	HYB	       BI-160L-01      208136 TBA             TBA       TBA                              tion required.
                               BOWN                                  $74       $5          $0           $79                  BI-232-01       208145 P101            MW        2-3:20PM
                               Hybrid. Contact: Jennifer Bown, jenb@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3348.                            KOP                                   $296      $20      $45               $361

                 BI-163
                               Required: 2 mandatory field trips plus online hours. Corequisite: BI-160-20.
                              MALHEUR FIELD TRIP, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                              Prerequisite: Pass BI-231 with a “C” or better. Corequisite: One BI-232L lab.      S
                                                                                                                             BI-232-20       208146 P103            TTH       6:30-7:50PM                        I
                 Study of plants, animals, geology, and history of High Desert Coun-
                                                                                                                                                    P151            TTH       8-9:20PM                           n
                 try at Malheur Environmental Field Station in southeast Oregon.                                              PATTERSON                             $296      $20       $45              $361
                              BI-163-01       208137 MFSCLS          THFSSU TBA                                                                                                                                  R
                 ✔	                                                                                                           Lab included. Prerequisites: Pass BI-231 with a “C” or better.
                               BOWN                                  $74    $5             $175       $254                                                                                                       6
                                                                                                                             BI-232-40       208147 P103            S         9-11:50AM
                               Meets: 5/12-5/16. Required: Instructor consent. At Malheur Field Station.                                            P151            S         1-3:50PM                           C
                 BI-165D      NATURAL HISTORY OF SW DESERTS, 4 CREDITS                                                        WATSON                                $296      $20      $45               $361    A
                 A lab course studying plants, animals, geology, and environmental                                            Lab included. Prerequisite: Pass BI-231 with a “C” or better.                      l
                 issues of the Great Basin Region and Death Valley National Park.                                                                                                                                a
                                                                                                                BI-232L      ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 On-site study. A nine-day trip through the Southwestern United                                              BI-232L-01 208148 P151 M     3:30-6:20PM                                            H
                 States desert regions.                                                                                       PATTERSON             $0    $0        $0                                     $0
                 ✔	           BI-165D-01 208139 DVCLS                THFSSU TBA                                               Corequisite: One BI-232.
                               BOWN/HOOVER                           $296   $20            $300       $616                   BI-232L-02      208150 P151            W         3:30-6:20PM
                               Meets: 3/17-3/26. Required: Instructor consent. At Death Valley, California.
                                                                                                                              JONES                                 $0        $0        $0                 $0
                 BI-213       BIOLOGY (SCIENCE MAJORS), 5 CREDITS                                                             Corequisite: One BI-232.
                 A lab course for biology majors and pre-professional students. An                              BI-233       HUMAN ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY III, 4 CREDITS
                 evolutionary and ecological approach to kingdoms, plant structure,                             A lab course covering neuroendocrine control, digestive, excretory,
                 systems and metabolism; ecosystems.                                                            and reproductive systems. Study of fluid, electrolyte, and acid base                             C
                              BI-213-01       208140 DJ191           MW        8-9:50AM                         balance. Animal organ dissection required.                                                       A
                               MAYER                                 $370      $25      $45           $440                   BI-233-01       208153 P131            MW        10:30-11:50AM                      i
                               Prerequisite: Pass BI-212. Corequisites: One BI-213L Lab and CH-106 or                                                                                                            b
                                                                                                                              KOP                                   $296      $20       $45              $361
                               CH-223. Seminar included.
                                                                                                                              Prerequisite: Pass BI-232 with a “C” or better. Corequisite: One BI-233L lab.
                 BI-213L      BIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                                          BI-233-02  208154 P131                 TTH       11-12:20PM
                              BI-213L-01 209553 DJ181                T         8-10:50AM                                      PATTERSON                             $296      $20      $45               $361
                               MAYER                                 $0        $0       $0                 $0                 Prerequisites: Pass BI-232 with a “C” or better. Corequisite: One BI-233L
                               Corequisite: BI-213.                                                                           lab.
                              BI-213L-02      208141 DJ181           TH        8-10:50AM                                     BI-233-20       208156 P101            M         6:30-9:20PM
                               MAYER                                 $0        $0       $0                 $0                                                                                                    H
                                                                                                                                                    P151            W         6:30-9:20PM
                               Corequisite: BI-213.                                                                           KOP/JONES                             $296      $20       $45              $361
                                                                                                                              Lab included. Prerequisites: Pass BI-232 with a “C” or better.
                                                                                                                BI-233L      ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                                             BI-233L-01 208157 P151 M     12:30-3:20PM
                                                                                                                              PATTERSON             $0    $0        $0                                     $0
                                                                                                                              Corequisite: One BI-233.
                                                                                                                             BI-233L-02 208158 P151                 T         3-5:50PM                           C
                                                                                                                              PATTERSON                             $0        $0       $0                  $0
                                                                                                                              Corequisite: One BI-233.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville             Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus           14.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                        HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                          see page 16.


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                                                                                                                                                     Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


             BI-233L-03      208159 P151          TH         8-10:50AM                      CH-106       INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
              WATSON                              $0         $0       $0               $0   A lab course discussing organic and biochemistry.




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              Corequisite: One BI-233.                                                                   CH-106-01       208170 P103          W         2-3:50PM
BI-234       INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                                         COTTER                              $370      $25      $40           $435
A lab course for health science and science majors. Includes charac-                                      Required: 4 hrs/wk in the Introductory Chemistry Lab. Lab Hours: Tuesday
teristics, physiology and growth requirements of microorganisms,                                          10am-4pm; Thursday 10am-4pm & 6pm-9pm; Wednesday & Friday
interactions between humans and microorganisms, immunology,                                               9am-3pm. Prerequisite: Pass CH-105. Corequisite: One CH-106S seminar.
infection, and principles of microbial control.                                             HYB          CH-106-30       208171 P165          TBA       TBA
             BI-234-01       208162 DJ191         MW         12:30-1:50PM                                 COTTER                              $370      $25         $40        $435
              SCHULZ                              $296       $20       $45         $361                   Hybrid. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu/ch106-00/ Contact: kerryc@clacka-
              Prerequisite: Pass BI-101, BI-112 or BI-211 and pass CH-104, CH-112 or                      mas.edu or 503-594-3618. Seminar included. Required: 4 hrs/wk on cam-
              CH-221. Corequisite: One BI-234L Lab.                                                       pus for lab work and weekly quiz. Lab Hours: Tuesday 10am-4pm; Thursday
                                                                                                          10am-4pm & 6pm-9pm; Wednesday & Friday 9am-3pm. Prerequisite: Pass
             BI-234-30       208163 ONLINE
                                                                                                          CH-105. This class does not use Moodle. Lab begins first week.
              KAPILA                              $296       $20        $195       $511
              Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: akapila@clackamas.edu          CH-106S      INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY SEMINAR, 0 CREDITS
              or 503-594-3719. Prerequisites: Pass BI-101, BI-112 or BI-211 and pass                     CH-106S-01 208172 P103  M      2-2:50PM
              CH-104, CH-112 or CH-221. Labs are completed at home using a kit avail-                     COTTER                 $0     $0       $0                              $0
              able from the Science Department.                                             CH-112       CHEMISTRY FOR HEALTH SCIENCES, 4 CREDITS
BI-234L      INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT                                        One-term preparatory chemistry lab course for students who want
             BI-234L-01 208165 DJ190 MW  2-3:20PM                                           to take Anatomy & Physiology and/or Introductory Microbiology.
              SCHULZ                 $0  $0       $0                                   $0   Includes measurement; atomic structure; periodic table; bonding;
              Corequisite: One BI-234.                                                      nomenclature; heat; molecular and iconic interactions in solids, liq-
             BI-234L-02      208166 DJ190         MW         3:30-4:50PM                    uids, and solutions; chemical reactions including acid-base; organic
              SCHULZ                              $0         $0        $0              $0   chemistry; and biochemistry.
              Corequisite: One BI-234.                                                                   CH-112-01       208173 P103          MW        12:30-1:50PM
                                                                                                          ARTER                               $296      $20       $40          $356
Science: Chemistry                                                                                        Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.
                                                                                                          Corequisite: One CH-112L lab; BI-112 strongly recommended.
Introductory Chemistry day students must register for one lecture, one semi-                             CH-112-02       208174 P103          TTH       9-10:20AM
nar, and spend 4-5 hours/week in the Introductory Chemistry Lab,                                          COTTER                              $296      $20      $40           $356
Room P-165. Lab hours: T, 10am-4pm; W/F, 9am-3pm; TH, 10am-4pm and                                        Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.
6-9pm.                                                                                                    Corequisite: One CH-112L lab; BI-112 strongly recommended.
CH-104       INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS                                                           CH-112-20       208175 P102          TTH       6-7:20PM
A lab transfer course for students in nursing, allied health fields, and                                                        P161          TTH       7:30-8:50PM
liberal arts. Observation, measurement, composition, stoichiometry,                                       KAPLAN                              $296      $20       $40          $356
atomic structure, periodic table, bonding, and nomenclature.                                              Lab included. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement
HYB          CH-104-30       208167 P165          TBA        TBA                                          in MTH-095. Corequisite: CH-112L-20. BI-112 strongly recommended.
              EGGLING                             $370       $25        $40        $435     CH-112L      CHEMISTRY FOR THE HEALTH SCIENCES LAB, 0 CREDITS
              Hybrid. Orientation. Online at http://dl.clackamas.edu/ch104-00/ See online                CH-112L-01 208176 P161 M      2-4:50PM
              syllabus for lab hours, lab begins first week. Contact: suee@clackamas.edu                  ARTER                 $0     $0       $0       $0
              or 503-594-3646. Required: 4 hrs/wk on campus for lab work and weekly                       Corequisite: One CH-112.
              quiz. Lab Hours: Tuesday 10am-4pm; Thursday 10am-4pm & 6pm-9pm;
                                                                                                         CH-112L-02      208177 P161          TH        11-1:50PM
              Wednesday & Friday 9am-3pm. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or
              better or placement in MTH-095. This class does not use Moodle. At Oregon                   COTTER                              $0        $0       $0              $0
              City Campus.                                                                                Corequisite: One CH-112.
                                                                                                         CH-112L-03      208178 P161          F         9-11:50AM
CH-105       INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
A lab course discussing heat; molecular and ionic interactions in sol-                                    COTTER                              $0        $0       $0              $0
                                                                                                          Corequisite: CH-112.
ids, liquids, gases, and solutions; chemical reactions including acid-
base, electron transfer, and equilibrium.                                                   CH-222       GENERAL CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
             CH-105-01       208168 P103          TH         2-3:50PM                       A lab course discussing reactions, stoichiometry, thermodynamics,
              COTTER                              $370       $25      $40          $435     organic compounds and polymers, kinetics, and equilibrium. Topics
              Required: 4 hrs/wk TBA in the Introductory Chemistry Lab. Lab Hours:          involving organic chemistry and biochemistry are introduced.
              Tuesday 10am-4pm; Thursday 10am-4pm & 6pm-9pm; Wednesday & Friday                          CH-222-01       208180 DJ191         MWF       10-10:50AM
              9am-3pm. Prerequisite: Pass CH-104 (CH-112 not accepted). Corequisite:                      ARTER                               $370      $25      $40           $435
              One CH-105S Seminar.                                                                        Prerequisite: Pass CH-221. Corequisites: One CH-222L & CH-222S.
HYB          CH-105-30       208169 P165          TBA        TBA                            CH-222L      GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB, 0 CREDITS
              COTTER                              $370       $25        $40        $435                  CH-222L-01 208181 P161  T      9-11:50AM
              Hybrid. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu/ch105-00/ Contact: kerryc@                            ARTER                  $0     $0       $0                              $0
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3618. Required: 4 hrs/wk on campus for lab                         Corequisite: CH-222 & CH-222S.
              work and weekly quiz. Lab Hours: Tuesday 10am-4pm; Thursday 10am-
                                                                                                         CH-222L-02      208182 P161          T         1-3:50PM
              4pm & 6pm-9pm; Wednesday & Friday 9am-3pm. Lab begins first week.
              Prerequisite: Pass CH-104. This class does not use Moodle. At Oregon City                   ARTER                               $0        $0       $0              $0
              Campus.                                                                                     Corequisite: CH-222 & CH-222S.
CH-105S      INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY SEMINAR, 0 CREDITS                                      CH-222S      GENERAL CHEMISTRY SEMINAR, 0 CREDITS
             CH-105S-01 209554 P103 T    2-2:50PM                                                        CH-222S-01 208183 P102 TH     10-10:50AM
              COTTER                $0   $0       $0                                   $0                 ARTER                 $0     $0       $0                               $0




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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                         Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room    Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                        Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee    Total


                 Science: Chemistry, continued                                                            G-103L       GENERAL GEOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                                       G-103L-02 208201 P164   T                        9-11:50AM                       S
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                 CH-223       GENERAL CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS                                                              STAFF                  $0                       $0        $0             $0     P
                 A lab course discussing states of matter, solutions, acids and bases,                                 G-103L-01 208200 P164   M                        1:30-4:20PM                     A
                 electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and spectroscopy. Topics in-                                      STAFF                  $0                       $0        $0             $0     m
                 volving organic chemistry and biochemistry are introduced.                                            G-103L-03 208202 P164   W                        1:30-4:20PM                     a
                              CH-223-01       208185 P101         MWF      10-10:50AM                                   STAFF                  $0                       $0        $0             $0
                               HAMEL                              $370     $25      $40          $435     G-203        GENERAL GEOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                               Prerequisite: Pass CH-222. Corequisites: One CH-223L lab & one CH-223S     For geology and science majors. A lab course introducing principles
                               seminar.                                                                   of plate tectonics, earth’s internal structure, seismic activity, moun-
                 CH-223L      GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB, 0 CREDITS                                            tain building, oceanography, earth resources. Introduction to Brun-
                              CH-223L-01 208186 P161  TH     8-10:50AM                                    ton compass work, field mapping techniques, GPS applications and
                                                                                                          use.                                                                                          P
                               HAMEL                  $0     $0       $0                            $0                                                                                                  A
                               Corequisite: CH-223 & CH-223S.                                                          G-203-01        208203 P101           MW         12-1:20PM
                                                                                                                                                                                                        s
                              CH-223L-02      208187 P161         F        1-3:50PM                                     HOOVER                               $296       $20      $40           $356
                               HAMEL                              $0       $0       $0              $0                  Corequisite: One G-203L lab.
                               Corequisite: CH-223 & CH-223S.                                                          G-203-02        208204 P101           TTH        12-1:20PM
                 CH-223S      GENERAL CHEMISTRY SEMINAR, 0 CREDITS                                                      HOOVER                               $296       $20      $40           $356
                                                                                                                        Corequisite: One G-203L lab.
                              CH-223S-01 208188 P102 W      11-11:50AM                                                                                                                                  P
                               HAMEL                 $0     $0       $0                             $0    G-203L       GENERAL GEOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                                                                                                                        A
                              CH-223S-02 208189 P102 W      2-2:50PM                                                   G-203L-02 208206 P164   T                        9-11:50AM                       a
                               HAMEL                 $0     $0       $0                             $0                  STAFF                  $0                       $0        $0             $0
                                                                                                                       G-203L-01 208205 P164   M                        1:30-4:20PM
                 Science: Environmental                                                                                 STAFF
                                                                                                                       G-203L-03 208207 P164
                                                                                                                                               $0
                                                                                                                                               W
                                                                                                                                                                        $0        $0
                                                                                                                                                                        1:30-4:20PM
                                                                                                                                                                                                 $0
                 ESR-173      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 4 CREDITS
                 A lab science course introducing the indoor air pollution, ozone                                       STAFF                  $0                       $0        $0             $0
                                                                                                                                                                                                        P
                 depletion, minerals and the environment, environmental econom-
                 ics, urban environments, waste management, biological diversity,                         Science: Life Science                                                                         A
                                                                                                                                                                                                        D
                 biogeography and exotic species, ecological succession and restora-                      ASC-202      INTEGRATED SCIENCE INQUIRY, 4 CREDITS                                            r
                 tion, and environmental sustainability.                                                  Introductory lab science course for liberal arts majors. Interdisciplin-
                              ESR-173-01      208190 P103         MW       9-10:20AM                      ary perspective on science. Collaborative scientific investigations
                               RUEB                               $296     $20      $45          $361     and critical thinking. Topics vary.
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in                          ASC-202-01      208107 DJ191          TTH        9:30-10:50AM                    P
                               MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                       SCHULZ                               $296       $20       $45          $361
                               ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One ESR-173L lab.                                           An examination of how evolution impacts our world. Exploration of current
                              ESR-173-02      208191 P103         TTH      11-12:20PM                                   topics such as global warming, cancer, aging, stem cells, genetic engineer-
                               RUEB                               $296     $20      $45          $361                   ing, and disease. Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in                           Corequisite: One ASC-202L Lab.
                               MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-         ASC-202L INTEGRATED SCIENCE INQUIRY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                               ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One ESR-173L lab.                                      ASC-202L-01 208108 DJ190 TTH   12-1:20PM
                 ESR-173L     ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                   SCHULZ                  $0    $0        $0                                   $0     P
                              ESR-173L-01 208192 P142 M      11-1:50PM                                             ASC-202L-02 208109 DJ190 TTH   1:30-2:50PM
                               RUEB                   $0     $0       $0                            $0              SCHULZ                  $0    $0        $0                                   $0
                               Corequisite: One ESR-173.                                                                                                                                                P
                              ESR-173L-02 208193 P142             W        11-1:50PM                      Science: Physical Science                                                                     A
                                                                                                                                                                                                        O
                               RUEB                               $0       $0       $0              $0    GS-106       EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE, 4 CREDITS
                               Corequisite: One ESR-173.                                                                                                                                                t
                                                                                                          A general science lab course that examines the chemistry/physics/                             P
                              ESR-173L-03 208194 P142             TH       1-3:50PM                       geology of the oceanic and atmospheric processes including climate
                               RUEB                               $0       $0       $0              $0    change and desert formation.
                               Corequisite: One ESR-173.                                                               GS-106-01       208208 P131           TTH        9-10:20AM
                                                                                                                        HOOVER                               $296       $20      $40           $356
                 Science: Geology                                                                                       Corequisite: One GS-106L lab. Recommended: Pass MTH-065.                        P
                 G-103        GENERAL GEOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                                  GS-106L      EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 For liberal arts majors. A lab course introducing principles of plate                                 GS-106L-01 208209 P164  T      2-4:50PM
                 tectonics, earth’s internal structure, seismic activity, mountain build-                               STAFF                  $0     $0       $0                                $0
                 ing, ocean features, earth resources. Introduction to compass work,                                   GS-106L-02 208210 P164  W      9-11:50AM
                 field techniques, and GPS use.                                                                         STAFF                  $0     $0       $0                                $0
                              G-103-01        208198 P101         MW       12-1:20PM
                               HOOVER                             $296     $20      $40          $356                                                                                                   P
                               Corequisite: One G-103L lab.
                              G-103-02        208199 P101         TTH      12-1:20PM
                               HOOVER                             $296     $20      $40          $356
                               Corequisite: One G-103L lab.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact          V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class               cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                      NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


            78   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room    Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee   Total                  Instructor                        Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee   Total



Science: Physics                                                                          Science: Zoology




                                                                                                                                                                                   Course Listing
PH-121       GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS                                                 Z-203        GENERAL ZOOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
A lab course discussing the history of astronomy, the Earth and                           A lab course covering diversity of the more complex invertebrate
moon, all planets in our solar system, along wtih asteroids, meteors,                     and vertebrate animal phyla. Includes animal behavior, distribution,
and comets.                                                                               ecology, and conservation.
             PH-121-30  208211 ONLINE                                                                  Z-203-01        208222 P103        MW        10:30-11:50AM
              DICKINSON                          $296      $20        $75        $391                   BOWN                              $296      $20       $45        $361
              Online. Orientation: On campus 3/29, 6pm, P132. Contact: jamesd@                          Recommended: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” better or placement in MTH-105
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3350. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                         or MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
              ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121; pass MTH-095                          ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One Z-203L lab.
              with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.                    Z-203L       ZOOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDITS*
PH-122       GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS                                                              Z-203L-01 208223 P142   T                    9-11:50AM
A lab course discussing the properties of our sun, other stars, and                                     REDMOND                $0                   $0       $0               $0
stellar evolution.                                                                                      Corequisite: Z-203.
             PH-122-30  208212 ONLINE                                                                  Z-203L-02       208224 P151        W         12:30-3:20PM
              DICKINSON                          $296      $20        $75        $391                   JONES                             $0        $0        $0              $0
              Online. Contact: jamesd@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3350. Prerequisite:                      Corequisite: Z-203.
              Pass PH-121 or GS-107.
PH-123       GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS
A lab course discussing star clusters, the properties of our own gal-
                                                                                          Small Business Classes/Workshops
axy, other galaxies, and cosmology.                                                       See “Business Development Center”.
             PH-123-30
              DICKINSON
                        208213 ONLINE
                                                 $296      $20        $75        $391     Social Science
              Online. Contact: jamesd@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3350. Prerequisite:        SSC-160      FAITH & REASON, 5 CREDITS
              Pass PH-122.                                                                             SSC-160-02 209446 ONLINE
PH-203       GENERAL PHYSICS, 5 CREDITS                                                                 HARTSOCK                $370                $25        $35       $430
A lab course discussing electrical energy and voltage, Ohm’s Law and                                    Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: donnh@
DC circuits, magnetic forces and fields, EM induction, reflection and                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3408. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
refraction of light, particles and waves, and special relativity.                                       ment in RD-115.
             PH-203-01       208214 P101         MWF       11-11:50AM                     SSC-160      FAITH AND REASON, 5 CREDITS
              BOSTROM                            $370      $25      $40          $435     Introduction to classical philosophy, sacred texts, modern fiction,
              Prerequisite: Pass PH-202. Corequisites: One PH-203L & PH-203S.             poetry, theology, evolutionary biology, and cosmology.
PH-203L      GENERAL PHYSICS          LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                    SSC-160-01      209246 ONLINE
             PH-203L-01 208215        P132     T     10-12:50PM                                         HARTSOCK                          $370      $25        $35       $430
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0                 Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: donnh@
                                                                                                        clackamas.edu or 503-594-3408. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
             PH-203L-02 208216        P132     TH    10-12:50PM
                                                                                                        ment in RD-115.
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0
             PH-203L-03 209558        P132     TH    2-4:50PM                             SSC-182      PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABILITY, 5 CREDITS
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0   Can we create a more sustainable and just world? What can our
                                                                                          personal roles in change be? How can we stimulate local sustainable
PH-203S      GENERAL PHYSICS          SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT                                   economics? What analysis is useful in assessing ecological impacts?
             PH-203S-01 208217        P132     TH    9-9:50AM
                                                                                          ✔	           SSC-182-15      209447 W211        MW        6-8:20PM
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0                 GRABILL                           $0        $0       $395        $395
PH-213       GENERAL PHYSICS          WITH CALCULUS, 5 CREDITS                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville
A lab course discussing electric potential and energy, capacitance,                                     Campus.
Ohm’s Law and DC circuits, magnetic field and forces, EM induc-                           SSC-242      AMERICAN MILITARY CONFLICT, 4 CREDITS
tion, Maxwell’s equations, geometric optics, special relativity, and                      Provides students with the fundamental knowledge of the politics
Plank’s constant.                                                                         and geography of United States military operations when conduct-
             PH-213-01       208218 P132         MWF       12-12:50PM                     ing “The War on Terror,” as applied to conflicts in Afghanistan and
              BOSTROM                            $370      $25      $40          $435     Iraq, and the planned defense of the territorial United States.
              Prerequisite: Pass PH-212. Corequisites: One PH-213L lab & PH-213S-01.
                                                                                          ✔	           SSC-242-01 209249 TBA              TH        6-9:50PM
PH-213L      GENERAL PHYSICS          LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                     DARRIS/FOSTER                     $296      $20      $0          $316
             PH-213L-01 208219        P132     T     10-12:50PM                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Harmony
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0                 Campus.
             PH-213L-02 208220        P132     TH    10-12:50PM
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0   Sociology
             PH-213L-03 209559        P132     TH    2-4:50PM                             SOC-204      INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0   Explores the social perspectives on the principles and processes of
PH-213S      GENERAL PHYSICS          SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT                                   human social behavior.
             PH-213S-01 208221        P132     T     9-9:50AM                                          SOC-204-01 209240 RR208            MW        11-12:50PM
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0                 SUMMERS-NOMURA                    $296      $20      $0          $316
             PH-213S-02 209557        P132     T     1-1:50PM                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                     $0                 placement in WR-121.
                                                                                          SOC-205      SOCIAL STRATIFICATION & SOCIAL SYSTEMS, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                          Examines issues of social structure and social stratification.
                                                                                          ✔	           SOC-205-01      209241 H210        MW        9-10:50AM
                                                                                                        PFEIFER                           $296      $20      $0          $316
                                                                                                        Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                        placement in WR-121. At CCC Harmony Campus.
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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


                 Sociology, continued                                                                                    SP-111-05       208245 N141           TTH        10-11:50AM                      S
                                                                                                                          HUGHES                               $296       $20      $6            $322     T
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                 SOC-206      INSTITUTIONS & SOCIAL CHANGE, 4 CREDITS                                                     Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-        t
                 Explores various social institutions (family, work, economy, educa-                                      ment in WR-121.                                                                 p
                 tion, health, and politics), stratification systems, social movements,                                  SP-111-12  209135 N141                MW         10-11:50AM                      a
                 and other elements of culture from a social change perspective.                                          NELSON LEWIS                         $296       $20      $6            $322
                              SOC-206-01 209242 M206              F            8-11:50AM                                  Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
                                                                                                                          ment in WR-121.
                               SUMMERS-NOMURA                     $296         $20      $0          $316
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or              HYB          SP-111-17  209140 N141                F          10-1:50PM
                               placement in WR-121.                                                                       NELSON LEWIS                         $296       $20      $6            $322
                              SOC-206-02 209465 RR208             MW           9-10:50AM                                  Hybrid. Meets: 4/1, 4/8, 4/22, 5/13, 5/27, 6/3, & 6/8 plus online hours. Con-
                                                                                                                          tact: alicel@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3156. Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or       S
                               SUMMERS-NOMURA                     $296         $20      $0          $316                  placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                                                                                                            T
                               placement in WR-121.                                                         ✔	           SP-111-03       208243 OIT157         MW         11-12:50PM                      g
                                                                                                                          ATKIN                                $296       $20      $6            $322     t
                 SOC-210      MARRIAGE, FAMILY, & INTIMATE RELATIONS, 4 CREDITS                                           Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-        s
                 This course will introduce students to the study of marriage, inti-                                      ment in WR-121. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 mate relations, and family systems from the sociological viewpoint.
                                                                                                                         SP-111-10  208250 N141                MW         1-2:50PM
                              SOC-210-01      209243 M258         TTH          1-2:50PM                                   NELSON LEWIS                         $296       $20      $6            $322
                               PFEIFER                            $296         $20      $0          $316                  Prerequisite: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                            ment in WR-121.
                               placement in WR-121.                                                                                                                                                       S
                                                                                                                         SP-111-15       209138 N140           TTH        1-2:50PM                        C
                 SOC-225      SOCIAL PROBLEMS, 4 CREDITS                                                                  BRENNAN                              $296       $20      $6            $322     w
                 Applies the sociological framework to the study of social problems,                                      Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
                 their identification, analysis of causes and possible solutions.                                         ment in WR-121.
                              SOC-225-01      209244 M201         TTH          6-7:50PM                                  SP-111-16       209139 N141           TTH        1-2:50PM
                               PFEIFER                            $296         $20      $0          $316                  HUGHES                               $296       $20      $6            $322
                                                                                                                                                                                                          T
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                            Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
                               placement in WR-121.                                                                       ment in WR-121.
                 SOC-280      SOCIOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                SP-111-13       209136 N141           MW         3-4:50PM                        A
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                        DOSS                                 $296       $20      $6            $322     T
                 sociology.                                                                                               Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-        a
                              SOC-280-01      209245 JOBSITE                                                              ment in WR-121.
                               LEWIS                              $444         $30     $15         $489V                 SP-111-06       208246 N140           M          6-9:50PM
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                              HARLOW                               $296       $20      $6            $322
                                                                                                                          Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or               A
                 Speech                                                                                                   placement in WR-121.                                                            T
                 SP-100       BASIC SPEECH COMMUNICATION, 3 CREDITS                                         ✔	           SP-111-08       208248 OIT155         T          6-9:50PM                        t
                 Explores interpersonal and small group dynamics and communica-                                           ATKIN                                $296       $20      $6            $322
                                                                                                                          Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 tion skills in day-to-day formal and informal situations. Examines
                                                                                                                          placement in WR-121. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 positive self-concept, listening skills, and clarity of expression. De-
                 signed for non-transfer students.                                                                       SP-111-09       208249 ONLINE                                                    T
                                                                                                                          BRENNAN                              $296       $20         $35        $351     S
                              SP-100-01       209141 N141         T            6-8:50PM                                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kellyb@
                               BISHOP                             $222         $15      $0          $237                                                                                                  d
                                                                                                                          clackamas.edu or 503-594-3154. Required: Access to a digital video camera
                 ✔	           SP-100-15       208239 W212         M            6-8:50PM                                   and a computer to send speeches to instructor and order textbook online.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          i
                               HUGHES                             $0           $0       $237        $237                  Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
                               At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                                                                 ment in WR-121.
                 SP-111       PUBLIC SPEAKING, 4 CREDITS                                                    SP-212       MASS MEDIA & SOCIETY, 4 CREDITS                                                  T
                 Practice in organization, research, and delivery of a variety of                           Introductory class provides an understanding of the development                               S
                 speeches.                                                                                  and operations of media. Includes discussions of newspapers, maga-                            f
                              SP-111-01       208241 N140         TTH          8-9:50AM                     zines, electronic media and advertising, and public relations.                                b
                               BRENNAN                            $296         $20      $6          $322                 SP-212-01       208253 RR208          W          2-5:50PM
                               Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                   JONES                                $296       $20      $0            $316
                               ment in WR-121.                                                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                              SP-111-14       209137 N140         MW           8-9:50AM                                   placement in WR-121.
                               BISHOP                             $296         $20      $6          $322
                               Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                                                                                                   T
                               ment in WR-121.                                                                                                                                                            T
                              SP-111-02       208242 N140         TTH          10-11:50AM                                                                                                                 a
                               BRENNAN                            $296         $20      $6          $322
                               Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
                               ment in WR-121.
                              SP-111-04       208244 N140         MW           10-11:50AM                                                                                                                 T
                               HUGHES                             $296         $20      $6          $322                                                                                                  T
                               Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                                                                                                   i
                               ment in WR-121.
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                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          14.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 132.
                                                         see page 16.


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             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
              Instructor                           Tuition    Fee       Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee        Crs. Fee    Total


SP-218       INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION, 4 CREDITS                                         TA-213       TECHNICAL THEATRE STUDY, 4 CREDITS
The interpersonal communication process examined through lec-                               Comprehensive study and practice in presentationa